My mo is for my grandfather and my great grandfather, who died of prostate cancer, and for all the other members of my family who have been deeply affected by it in different ways. The money I hope to raise will go toward saving the lives of men I know, men you know, and maybe even you or me. Grow your mo!
The end of Movember is nigh. And maybe that's a good thing, because my face is starting to buckle under the weight of this 'stache. I have endured countless strange looks on the subway for this cause--can you make it all worth it? The amount of men affected by prostate cancer is staggering. If you don't already know someone who has been affected by it, you will. We can help make that better. Please give what you can to help save the lives of the men you love. Thank you!
My mo' seems to be growing, not just on me, but on other people as well. I keep hearing that it "kind of works" for me, and that I "should consider keeping it." Don't worry, people that have to look at face, I won't. It's just for charity, people. For charity. And to make sure that it actually is, would you please consider tossing a couple bucks toward prostate cancer research and men's health issues?
Mo Update 11.14.12: This 'stache is turning a lot of heads. Some stare, many smile, and others pull their children closer to them. These are understandable reactions. Having a mo' this absurd, though, has had the desired effect: people are asking me about it, which gives me an excuse to talk about this cause. This is for the men in my life who have died of prostate cancer and for the men in my life who have survived it and fight on. Last year, Movember because the #1 men's health charity in the world. This year we're going to help even more people.
This year, I'm going all-in. In an effort to have more people ask "What the hell is up with your moustache, dude?" I have grown the most absurd mo' I could dream up. My sideburns are now a part of my moustache. One could even argue that my whole head of hair is now just moustache. I hope this works...
Irene van Gaalen donated $10.0028 Week(s) Ago
I hope you raise the most. Ever! Thanks for fund raising, Brent.
Day One of Movember 2012. Good to be back. Good to be looking ridiculous for a good cause. Last year our team raised well over a thousand dollars for prostate cancer research and treatment. This year, we're going to do even better. I'll grow a really weird one this year, I promise. Won't you join our team and/or consider pledging? You could be saving the life of a man you love.