Well, here we are almost to the end of Movember. Who would've thought it would take an entire month to grow a moustache to a point where it looks ok? Maybe it's because I haven't eaten any whole onions.
hmm. I got out in public today, for longer than a grocery store trip, and it's my understanding that two people here have described my mustache as being something that belongs in an 80's adult movie. At least it's not a 70's adult movie.
Dude pees on a pregnancy test as a joke, discovers he has cancer.
Dr. Reddit and his ex-girlfriend leaving a stick around to pee on, saved this guy's life.
That said, it's not visible in my earlier picture, but I swear, a cheese grater would do a better job of shaving than these disposable razors that I have in my travel bag. And these aren't the cheapass BIC disposable razors.
Movember Day #7. Who would've thought growing a mustache would take so much effort? My body aches. Oh, maybe that's the fact that I've been riding a bike to work as well. And until yesterday, I hadn't rode a bike more than a mile on flat roads in decades. And this is up/down hill. Never had a real road bike either. Why are the seats so damn uncomfortable?
Haven't posted a Movember update yet today, because I haven't shaved the rest of the face yet, because I haven't exactly decided where I want to go with this. Angel says horseshoe, but I didn't much like that last time I tried it. Maybe I should try it again, though.