Moustaches are always in. In fact, I have a great suspicion that Adam in the Garden of Eden
probably grew one. If he didn’t, how would he have shaved it off? My mind whirls with imagination at the prospect of him having the
painstaking task of sharpening a thin stone into a razor’s edge; and traipsing down the hill and to the lake to see his reflection;
then carefully slicing away his facial hair. We’ll just never know for sure about Adam. One thing we do know, he sure didn’t have a Norelco.
The common vernacular terms for the word moustache are: stache, tache, tash, pushbroom and
mo. Believe it or not, it was once believed to aid in sexual activity.
If there was a real Tarzan of the jungle, I bet he would have had a huge bush of a moustache
that probably ran into his sideburns and beard with long flowing hair down his back. For some reason I cannot picture Tarzan looking
clean shaven and swing from a strong twine rope from tree to tree, except it be Hollywood of course. The two just doesn’t seem to mix,
yet when we look at the old Tarzan movies we see every Tarzan clean shaven. It is no secret that behind every man with or without a
stashe is a woman. With Tarzan; it had to be Jane and her negative vibes against facial hair. Hollywood’s jungle has never been the same since.
Gentlemen who want to get away from their baby faced look discover new beginnings when they
grow a moustache. Their face metamorphoses into a strength otherwise not had. A confidence is gained along with many new rewards
bringing challenging opportunities just from growing the “stashe.”
Historically speaking in the USA, military men were required to grow a moustache. The younger
ranked men were expected to grow a small moustache. When these men advanced in rank so did the growth of the moustache becoming thicker
and bushier as well. No wonder the old pictures of such men in power as, General Sherman and General Grant had such large moustaches.
Round faces benefit from growing a moustache, as it cuts the face from being quite so round.
Remember the cartoon character “Yosemine Sam?” He was the little redheaded irate pirate with the big temper and the huge handlebar moustache about the size of his hat? Think of him, when I say; the bigger the better stashe grown, will bring a new dimension into
the features of a round face. Sideburns would also help, as they grow down taking some of the roundness away. It’s almost like shading on a canvas.
There’s just something impressive about a man when he grows a moustache. They seem to develop
a mystery from within and a new authority they previously didn’t have. When the moustache is thin, sometimes this depicts more of a
meticulous nature, as he has to take the time to trim it to his exact measurement so desired. Character building thin stashes look
better on smaller faces. There’s a distinct look of professionalism in this type of stashe as I picture this man carrying his briefcase
walking to work; almost an executive appeal.
Bushy moustaches can be attractive with a bushy beard only if they are controlled and trimmed
to stay in line. Here’s a tip for all you moustached men: it is a bit offensive to a woman to sit across the table with her date; as he
begins to hoard food unbeknownst to him; in his bushy stash or see splashes of spaghetti sauce discoloring his beard and notice
droplets of wine taking up temporary residence on the stache and beard. If this sounds like you, there are special cups you can
buy with a partial cover to catch anything that would normally end up on the outside of you instead of the inside. Yes, they really do have them.
Moustaches take daily grooming to look continually smart and polished. Usually there is the
shaving that is required depending upon the type of moustache. There is moustache wax, special brushes, combs, scissors and even a