Thursday, October 29, 2009

This mustache needs no introduction, it has been an American symbol since 1984, and is still considered sacred in some trailer parks. It is often imitated, but never duplicated, most notably by Jason Cain.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Initial Installment Of Bad Asses With Staches

John L. Sullivan (October 15, 1858 – February 2, 1918), was known as the first heavyweight champion of gloved boxing, and is generally recognized as the last heavyweight champion of bare-knuckle boxing. He was supposedly the first American sports hero to become a national celebrity and the first American athlete to earn over 1 million dollars. That is a bad ass with a stache.
Yes, this mustache is real, just Google Salvador Dali.

Monday, October 26, 2009

10 Undeniable Mustache Facts

A mustache will increase your chances with the opposite sex by 67%.

A mustache will enhance your stamina by at least 12 minutes.

A mustache will boost your bench press by at least 90 lbs.

A mustache will raise your car's gas mileage by at least 3 MPG.

A mustache will make you immune to the swine flu, and all STD's.

A mustache will cut the time it takes to mow your lawn down by 42%.

A mustache will increase your accuracy with a hunting rifle by 57%.

A mustache will slash the time it takes you to chug a beer by 86%.

A mustache will prevent you from getting cavities.

A mustache will lower your cholesterol by 29%.

Great Presidential Mustaches IV

Theodore Roosevelt, president number 26, and all around man. Roosevelt was the leader of the Rough Riders earning him a Medal Of Honor, a rancher, big game hunting enthusiast, and Nobel Peace Prize winner. Theodore also survived an assassination attempt, and gave a 90 minute speech before going to the hospital only to learn that the bullet was lodged in too dangerous of a place to remove, therefore carrying the bullet in his chest for the remainder of his life. What else could put an exclamation point on a man who lived the epitome of masculinity besides a sweet, sweet mustache?

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Great Presidential Mustaches III

For the third installment of Great Presidential Mustaches we focus on William Taft , the 27th President and later Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court. This mustache is simply amazing and obviously a huge influence on Rollie Fingers, Clay Zavada, and mustache connoisseurs around the world. Adding to the merit of his thinning top, upper lip growth, and his disdain for trusts, Taft was know as america's most obese president -- tipping the scales at an impressive quarter ton. Did we mention obstructive sleep apnea + sweet lip pubes = Ladies!

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Great Presidential Mustaches II

Next on the list of great presidential mustaches is Grover Cleveland. The 22nd and 24th president of the United States, the only president to serve two non-consecutive terms, and lip hair devotee. There is nothing to extraordinary about this duster, but if you were once the leader of the free world and display a mustache like this, then you have my respect.

Great Presidential Mustaches

Chester A. Arthur the 21st President of the United Sates of America and quite the mustache aficionado. Arthur was never actually elected president, yet became president when Garfield was assassinated. This is possibly my favorite presidential mustache not because of the magnitude of the stache itself, but because it becomes epic when paired with those immense chops, truly a classic.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

The Inaugural Post

I have been considering starting a blog for awhile, and today my friends is the day I decided to pull the trigger and do it. So here we are with my initial post, and to keep things simple and ease my way into this I figured I would start with my favorite local mustache. This masculine specimen and all it's raging glory is proudly worn by the Arizona Diamondbacks own Clay Zavada. Though I am not much of a baseball fan I do have to give it credit for being the front runner of the mustache revival movement, with the likes of Zavada, Jason Giambi, and significant portion of the St. Louis Cardinals team. Keep up the good work boys, your cause is noble.