Tuesday, August 19, 2008

The Wisdom of Mustaches



The surest way to corrupt a youth is to instruct him to hold in higher esteem those who think alike than those who think differently.

-Friedrich Nietzsche, The Dawn, Sec. 297


His mustache veritably teems with uncorruptibility. He and his mustache learned much from Friedrich.

6 comments:

WildbillthePirate said...

Ahh, it is a fine example of a wild and untamed 'stache in an otherwise tame individual; showing himself not as one of the herd, but as a leader and Free-thinker!

(lord) franko said...

'tis a fine soup-strainer, and make no mistake.

Erin, she who posts alone said...

Why on earth someone has not told me before of the wisdom, sound advice, and even fashion sense here is beyond me. My own admiration of masculine, affable, and obviously mustachioed men has increased. Thank you.

Christopher said...

I find your blog quite as admirable as that fine gentleman's splendid mustache. Both are inspirational to me as a recent mustache-wearer.

Shadow's Keeper said...

I applaud that fine gentleman for his (obvious) success in life! May you hair never fall, and your soup strainer never strain!

helldog said...

The Boston Strainer.