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How has growing a mustache for Movember changed your life? 

click to enlarge Eric Taylor

Eric Taylor


“It helps me realize the my facial hair is not my own, in fact. If I want to be a selfless person, using my body to help others is really what Movember is all about.”

click to enlarge Jake Sizemore

Jake Sizemore


“My mustache is not very noticeable, so for the most part, nothing has changed.”

Nick Bilich

Nick Bilich

AmeriCorps member

“My girlfriend’s not a big mustache fan, but she loves it—more so what it stands for than the actual mustache itself. Talking about Movember … has led people to go get a physical and get checked out.”

click to enlarge Michael Guercio

Michael Guercio


“Only for the better … Few accept that burden of what it means to have a mustache. For example, when you have a mustache you have to mandatorily wear some article of denim clothing every day. You also can't drive automobiles; it has to be a motorcycle. You're required to wink at every female that walks by you. When you go and eat food and if someone says 'Would you like extra gravy with that?' you have to say yes.”


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