Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Diseases of the Mustache: Temporary Handlebar Weariness



What horror to be so afflicted. The right-side cannot hold a twist at all.

6 comments:

Jonathan S. said...

What a facial hair blighted mudsill!

(lord) franko said...

alas, i suffer from this exact malady. but fear not -- i have several tubes of pinaud's on the next schooner shipping out from sir bezos's amazonian emporium, so i have hope i will have full recovery soon.

tijbbari said...

Alas, in my experience, after a very hard sleep (or after providing a particularly vigorous mustache ride) one side of the mustache will insist on an overhand twist whilst the other an underhand. Perhaps this malady is merely the mustache attempting a smirk?

WildbillthePirate said...

I believe he has used the wrong wax. Some smooth fly-by-night operator convinced him to try a tube of Mexican wax made from the cancoun bee; which every man-jack knows is unsuitable for the stresses of twist works. He would be better off using it to polish the setee.

I mourn the unavailability of wax from the ear of the American Buffalo. It was Superior for all moustache uses but alas...

Ivan said...

It could all be some of the aincient art of ye olde photo shoppe whereby a jealeous photographer demeans a client's standing in the community with just a subtle twist ....

Mucksnipe said...

I blame the humidity! Blasted moister!