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    Default Worst celebrity mustaches....?

    The Biebs - who inspired this thread. Looks like he combs his 'stache sideways to get extra width....



    Mad Mel - Steampunk psychopath:


    Vince Vaughn's fu manchu looks like its oozing over the corners of his mouth:


    Paul Rudd is not smirking - his 'stache is just lopsided:


    The things Michael Cera will do to sit at the adult's table this Thanksgiving:
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    As bad as they all are, Michael Cera's is just pitiful. Although tbh I'm kind of digging Mel's crazy Guy Fawkes look.
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    I think mustache only faces look funny. You really have the right kind of hair growth, shaping and grooming to carry them off. Paul Rudd looks like he has a wooly caterpillar crawling on his face.

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    Michael Cera looks like an early 70s college freshman.

    I don't know how this thread is missing this glaringly creepy moustache.



    By the way, how do you commonly spell this word? Mustache or moustache? I was brought up in the US and was always taught it was moustache, but that's not the common US spelling according to google. It's the same way with pyjama vs pajama. I was taught to spell it with the y, but that's also not common to the US. I refuse to conform to this so-called American way of spelling because it isn't even what I was taught.
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    I honestly don't know anymore. Being Australian, I feel very hybrid with spelling but 'moustache' seems to appeal to me more.

    Spencer Pratt with his flesh coloured fluff has my vote..
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    I think when I was growing up, books were less likely to be published with alternative spellings, too. If you were reading a book set in England, it stayed "mum" and didn't turn into "mom" which would just sound stupid to me (and vice versa). But my Dad was Canadian so maybe his spelling rubbed off on me? I don't know?

    That picture of Spencer Pratt will give me nightmares. Is that a costume?
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    ^What you read when you were younger probably has something to do with it. I was obsessed with Noel Streatfield books as a kid, so my speech was littered with 1920's London-isms and theatre lingo, and as a teenager I was into Georgette Heyer, so I sounded more like a young Regency lady with a bent for mischief. I still break out into Austen-isms every now and then (although I'm more likely to quote Victoria Wood).
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    Is that dandruff in Michael Cera‘s hair? Whatever it is, it's making my head itch.
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    One of my Kinders says "moose-stash" -- makes me smile. I've tried correcting it, but it's "moose-stash" to him.
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    Pratt looks like a psycho.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post

    The things Michael Cera will do to sit at the adult's table this Thanksgiving:
    He looks like Snot from American Dad!



    Quote Originally Posted by Sleuth View Post
    I honestly don't know anymore. Being Australian, I feel very hybrid with spelling but 'moustache' seems to appeal to me more.

    Spencer Pratt with his flesh coloured fluff has my vote..
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    Quote Originally Posted by faithanne View Post
    ^What you read when you were younger probably has something to do with it. I was obsessed with Noel Streatfield books as a kid, so my speech was littered with 1920's London-isms and theatre lingo, and as a teenager I was into Georgette Heyer, so I sounded more like a young Regency lady with a bent for mischief. I still break out into Austen-isms every now and then (although I'm more likely to quote Victoria Wood).

    Oh, there's a whole big lot of Regency slang I still into normal conversation without even realizing it: it don't signify, giving the cut direct, stuff and nonsense, fustian, referring to people being in their cups (though I think that one sort of survived the centuries didn't it?), etc. And I occasionally even think "pon rep" but manage not to say it out loud. It gets stuck in my head like another language. It's painfully dorky.


    But yes, I think you're right. I probably was reading British books...and old books from the library. My library was more like a museum until the late 90s when they got someone younger than 89 to run it.


    Quote Originally Posted by tulip View Post
    One of my Kinders says "moose-stash" -- makes me smile. I've tried correcting it, but it's "moose-stash" to him.

    That is too adorable. I don't even want him to change.
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