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13 Things You Didn’t Know About Mustaches

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Jeanh, Aug 4, 2015.

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    You Can Call Them Almost Anything
    There are numerous slang terms for the moustache. Most reflect its tendency to retain food and drink or its association with :

    -Bristle batons
    -Bro-stache
    -Cookie duster
    -Crumb catcher
    -Face-lace
    -Grass grin
    -Lip shadow
    -Manometer
    -Mouthbrow
    -Moz
    -Mr. Tickles
    -Tea strainer
    -Upper lipholstery
    -Whiskers
    -Wing




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    They're Pratically Magnetic
    The average man with a mo touches it 760 times a day.




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    The Bigger the 'Stache, the Higher the Pay
    Policemen in large Indian cities are sometimes paid a bonus if they grow a mo, considered a symbol of virility and power.




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    Even You Can Grow the Fu Manchu


    Average human hair grows at a rate of 0.014 inches a day, or about 5 or 6 inches a year.




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    Some 'Staches Are Simply More Likeable Than Others
    Burt Reynolds’s iconic moustache has nearly 4,000 Please or Register to view links.




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    They're Seasonal
    Mustache hair grows faster than any other body hair. It sprouts more in spring and summer than in autumn and winter.




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    They Might Be Hiding Something
    In 1967, the Beatles wore moustaches on the cover of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and enclosed cardboard versions within. Paul McCartney explained his Sgt. Pepper ’stache as a pragmatic response to a tumble from a moped in 1966: It hid his swollen lip.




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    They Could Make You A Better Suitor
    In a 2008 poll from the British newspaper The Guardian, 61 percent of respondents found the moustache to be gentlemanly and sophisticated, while 39 percent believed it was worn only by fools and fiends.




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    They Mop Up Well
    A mustache is capable of absorbing 20 percent of its own weight in liquid.




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    'Stache Wearers Take Themselves Very Seriously
    Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is remembered as “one of the most influential moustached Americans in history” by the American Mustache Institute.




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    Mo Facial Hair Means Mo Free Time
    Ninety percent of men shave once a day. Shaving uses up a total of five months of a man’s life if he starts at the age of 14.




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    They're All Monkey Business
    The average human male has about five million follicles—roughly three times as many as the gorilla, but still less than the chimpanzee.




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    They're a Money-Making Machine
    Razors and blades are a $1.1 billion industry.

    However, keeping your mo long could help your image and trade. Spanish artist Salvador Dali loved his super 'stache, claiming that "like two erect sentries, my moustache defends the entrance to my real self."
     
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  3. may sariling slang ang akin hnaej, "Eskoba ng Pag-ibig"
     
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