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Mustasha Mustache. These furry accoutrements have been worn across the ages. There is nothing like a man in a stash. We put together 6 of the most disincentive ones for this set. They’re quirky, fun and look great on your table. Each one has a description on the back:
The Construction Worker
Many a cat-call has been thrown out under this stache common to the hammer-wielding man. He’s a man’s man, he knows how fix stuff, build things and use his hands. And ladies, you know what that means.
In times past, this stache was known as “the Carnie.” At one time, those who sported it were often foul-smelling vagrants with a penchant for pilferage. Today, they are omnipresent purveyors of excitement and merriment.
“It’s better to have loved and lost than do 40 pounds of laundry a week.” Salvador Dali
This low-testosterone stache is basically for bed-wetters, complainers and malcontents. It’s also beloved by the “it’s just not fair” crowd. Most film, music and art critics had one as teenagers, or paint one on for appointments with their dominatrixes.
“The Food Strainer”
Also called the Walrus, or the “Taste Me Twice.” The casual observer can usually identify the stacher’s last meal by the remnants still clinging to
this fur mop, or to the front of the shirt just below it. Corkology.com
Born of 1970’s porn films, this stache has enhanced the visage of many a make-out bandit. It’s known in trade circles as “the Tickler,” and by many women as the “Ohh my God.” This ‘stash says, “Hey baby, I know what I’m doing.
Diameter 3.75” (9.5 cm).
|Dimensions||22.8 × 15.4 × 3 cm|