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 Post subject: My famous mustache
PostPosted: 3:22 on Wednesday August 17th 2016 
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This was a shocker!

While surfing the web to read about mustaches (admit it, you do it to), I came across this interestingly titled piece called "Classy Mustache Styles for Men, (like who other than men would have classy mustache styles). http://beardstyle.net/22-classy-mustache-styles-for-men

Of the 22 classy mustaches, the site features classic examples of mustaches including Tom Selleck, General Ambrosia Burnside, Rollie Fingers, Dr. Martin Luther King, Brad Pitt, Salvador Dali, Fu Manchu, and ***NMJohn***.

I had to laugh, one of my pictures made it to this site. I suppose that I could go after the site for copyright infringement, but hey, I kind of like it that my mustache is "classy" and becoming famous.

Where have pictures of your mustache shown up?

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 Post subject: Re: My famous mustache
PostPosted: 19:27 on Wednesday August 17th 2016 
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Cool!

Actually, I did have a similar experience in the past. A while ago, I was watching moustache-themed youtube videos (in Spanish) and in one of them, the guy was describing different types of moustaches. When he talked about the 'handlebar', my picture showed up. I was shocked too! How that picture made it to the video, I have no idea... but it was still kinda flattering. And even more shocking was that in the comments, some people had obviously recognized me and they were calling me by my (YouTube) name! Hahaha. Guys, we have to accept that these things on our faces are not only our signature but also our door to fame and riches (though not necessarily monetary, I'm affraid...) Hehe.

Any more similar experiences?

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The Spanish word for moustache is "bigote", but the plural "bigotes" is often used as well.

A "bigotón" or "bigotudo" is the proud wearer of a (big) moustache.

But a "bigot" is someone with rather bigoted views about those who proudly display a hirsute adornment on their upper lips.
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 Post subject: Re: My famous mustache
PostPosted: 19:39 on Sunday August 21st 2016 
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NMJohn:
You must admit, you're in Great Company.

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