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Just 'Stache It.

porkmoustache

hide captionThey're not just for porn stars anymore. Moustaches are fun for the entire family.

Courtesy: http://porkmoustache.blogspot.com/

I am procrastinating. I should be finding a job right now, but I'm looking at my friend's brilliant blog about edible moustaches. Who is my friend? She goes by the pseudonym Prudence Smithfield, and her blog co-conspirators are Cornelius Honeycutt and Dorcas Porkbutt.

Asked why they created this blog, Prudence says:

"We, at porkmoustache, felt that the history of edible moustaches had been left out of the history books for far too long and it was high time that the world's comestible lip hair found its way to fame."

I agree.

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I never thought the day would come where I would actually laugh out loud at a picture of child w/the term "porn star" anywhere near the picture ... What will I do w/out BPP showing me there are so very many things to laugh at in my life?

Sent by T. Weiss | 1:09 PM | 7-15-2008

LOL great! My sis who's still in college said that she knows this girl in the art program who has moustaches tatooed on the side of her fingers so she can put her finger horizontally up under her nose she can have 8 different non-staches. You really do have to love the edible-stache and the non-stache.

Sent by Sarah Lee @faerirose | 1:18 PM | 7-15-2008

Brilliant! I have a friend with the finger-stache too. This blog immediately made me think of him...I'm sure he'll appreciate a nice e-mail with the link! Thanks again, BPP folks, you never disappoint. =0)

Sent by Lauren A. | 1:51 PM | 7-15-2008

I'll never be famous because I keep eating my stache. Great to see so many have such self control
Dorcus Portbutt's dad

Sent by John Luckey | 2:00 PM | 7-15-2008

Sigh. It's stuff like this - these tortured attempts at being funny - why BPP got dropped like a bad habit.

The G-rated humor would appeal to the family values listeners if NPRs left-wing politics didn't chase them off while the rest of America finds the banality of this Minnesota-style, Keillor-esque jocularity supremely boorish. The lack of niche - or too specialized of a niche - results in this tiny handful of listeners tuning to BPP from Nowhere, USA.

Please give America a refund on the $80,000 of your $2M budget that came from the CPB. I feel bad that you chose to waste $80,000 in federal tax dollars that could have been spent feeding the homeless or helping battered women. You are all terrible people.

Sent by Mark Batisah | 10:22 PM | 7-15-2008

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