He calls his stache the “Powerstache,” and apparently the stache increases speed on the bike. Still waiting on the results of a scientific study, however.
Check out the Visual Treasury of Mustaches to the left, from Seattle’s design studio Charlie Chartwell. We’ve rocked most of these, repeatedly telling people that the “Toothbrush” is definitely the “Charlie Chaplin.” Either way, stupid Hitler, ruining that style for all of humanity.
Click for full size. And enjoy.
He also has a bicep. With a maple leaf on it. And a Blue Jays t-shirt hanging on the wall behind him. ”What’s this all aboot?” you may ask. It just shows that mustaches bridge all borders.
Todd McDunn, aka Chief McStache, is taking the aviation world by storm. McStache, a retired U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer helicopter pilot and veteran of the famed Nightstalkers, has the stache to match his lofty credentials.
You may think that Maverick, or even Goose, may be king of the sky, but you would be wrong. Maverick had the upper lip of a 12 year old girl, and Goose, well, Goose’s stache just doesn’t compare to Chief McStache’s radical lip rug.
Plus, Goose dies. McStache is immortal.
Brandon, the guy to the left with the beautifully twisted tips, claims that his mustache has taken over his life. People don’t even talk with him anymore, they converse with the stache. He doesn’t even get to make decisions. The stache does that for him. Hopefully the stache has good taste. No information yet on which one of them gets to kiss the beautiful women and men that you know are swooning over the stache.
Gentlemen (and lady fans), in case you were not aware, there is an online dating site where your stache is the star. Check out http://www.stachepassions.com/, and browse profiles of those with staches, or become a “Stache Groupie” (which, of course, there can never be too many of).
Watch out though, online dating + mustaches = great opportunity for stalkers.
Get to it!
James Jackson, to the left, has rock star hair that frames an ambitious handlebar. He claims this is his first stache. I remember my first stache. In fact, I remember it more fondly than the first time I had sex.
We are very serious about our mustaches here at Stachist.
Andrew is back, and the monocle (and stache) is as strong as ever. We last heard from Andrew here: http://stachist.com/2012/11/andrews-manicured-mustache-has-matured/, and his stache has continued to improve.
He just passed the one year mark, and that, my friends, is nothing to scoff at.
Andrew, keep us posted on your lip rug’s progression.
Looking very distinguished with both the stache and the pipe, Jason is ready for business. He claims that he has been growing it for three years, and he has no need for wax. Or Just For Men. Leave the white stripe, man, birthmarks are God’s way of telling you the stache was a good idea.