As November hits, I see girlfriends of mine shudder in fear as they realise their boys are indulging in the last shave for the next 30 days. Yep, Movember is well and truly here people, and even though it’s for a good cause – not everyone is happy about its arrival…
Girls, what is so bad about a mo? Is it the scratchy feeling when you kiss your beau? The pash rash that follows? Is it the fact he looks like a Mexican porn star with his upper lip fuzz? And what is it about having a mo that makes boys so excited to get growing?
They seem more committed to following the progress of their ‘tache growth than they do about anything else (their relationship for instance)? It got me to thinking – why do girls and guys clash so much over the mo?
When you put it into context, the mo isn’t all that bad. I know a guy who insists on sporting a longer piece of plaited hair at the back of his head (otherwise known as a rat’s tail), as well as a guy who refuses to chop his long locks off (much to his girlfriend’s dismay.) So even though Movember can be a bit of a pain in the pash-department, at least it’s only around for a month! Plus, it’s raising money and awareness for prostate cancer, one of the biggest diseases to affect men worldwide. So girls, why not concentrate on the positives and praise your man for doing his part?
At least his hair isn’t longer than yours, right?
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