The moustache is a weighty life choice and should never be undertaken lightly, ironically, or humorously. Creating, maintaining, and sporting a moustache requires serious thought and effort. Mr. Moustache should know. Just look at his moustache and know just how serious he is. So seriously, please donate.
Some Facebook fine art from The Real Mr Moustache.
Don’t forget to donate. I’m less than $500 away from my goal of 2.5K!
Mr. Moustache is an expert in all things moustache. That’s why 826DC asked him to create this scholarly article breaking down all the various different kinds of mustaches into clearly defined categories.
On a related note, Mr. Moustache is only $16.10 away from breaking 2K. Click here to make the donation that puts him over!
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It’s the new craze that’s sweeping the internet. Send the link to this video to your friends, but tell them it’s something important like a 30 minute documentary about a warlord or a video of a baby sloth. Then laugh to yourself when instead they watch The Real Mr Moustache’s famous 80’s music video. And don’t forget to donate!
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When I was just a young, moustachiod man, my parents recorded this video of me. I had just had dental surgery (which was particularly nerve-racking, considering how close the surgeon came to my most defining characteristic). Afterwards, I was still suffering the effects of the anesthesia (read “high as a kite”) and my mother took this video of my incoherent babbling. On the one hand, I am terribly embarrassed by my behavoir in this video, but on the other hand, this is the clip that launched me to internet-celebrity fame. So, in the end, I guess the shameless exploitation paid off.
I am re-releasing this video as part of my month long campaign to raise much needed funds for 826DC. Click here to donate. With your help, I’ve raised $1500 in the first two weeks. I hope to double that by the month’s end.
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Here is the longer version of some footage of a screen test for one of my first, big budget action films. I am releasing it as part of month long campaign to raise money for 826DC. Please donate by clicking here!
Please note that this is raw video, and that you are seeing it before any of the impressive special effects would have been added in post production. Please also know that the fight choreographer for this film was drunk most days.
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True Fact: Etgar Keret and Mr. Moustache are friends. They call each other every Sunday afternoon to exhange grooming tips. Once, as part of a blood-brothers pact, Kthey named their moustaches. Keret refers to his as “Eric Gillis, the pride of Nova Scotia”. Mr Moustache calls his “Harald Klak”.