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Movember: The Final Hours

I’m a little behind the eight-ball on Movember, as there’s only about six hours left and I still haven’t shaved off my Novembeard into a mustache. What can I tell you? Busy week.

As I did a couple of weeks ago, I’m giving away another Threadless t-shirt (a men’s large) to the next person who donates $25 or more. Here’s a photo of the shirt–it’s got kind of a smog + unicorn vomit theme.

In any case, let’s get to it. Apologies for the MySpace-style, in-the-bathroom-mirror photos. First, the full Novembeard:

Not exactly ‘full’, in truth, because I actually trimmed it a couple of times. So, let’s get trimming. First, some grad student goatee action:

Then there’s the horseshoe or biker moustache.

Then something close to a Selleck:

And, finally, because I can, here’s the Hitler. Or, if you’re feeling more PC, the Chaplin.

Here’s what I look like without facial hair, in case you’ve forgotten.

Even if you’re reading this on December 1st or 2nd, you can still donate. Thus far, we’ve raised $765! Thanks to everybody for all their donations up to now.

UPDATE: The t-shirt is spoken for, and we’re now up to $865!

8 Responses to “Movember: The Final Hours”

  1. Michael Kwan

    I don’t know if it’s the facial hair or the lack of glasses, but I don’t even recognize you in these photos!

  2. Roshan

    Not a gray in sight. I’m a couple of years younger than you and I’ve got a little gray on my chin. I think the goatee suits you.

  3. rj

    Those experimental facial hair shots were hilarious, thanks!! With the facial expression they all look fitting.

    (yes, i’ve donated)

  4. Travis

    Is it just me, or do you look incrementally happier each picture?

    It’s like a reverse-Samson.

  5. JohnB

    (Late to the party): full beard, closely cropped, looks quite good on you.

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