So it’s November… or Movember… or “every guy looks absolutely disgustingmber”. Honestly, I understand that it’s for a fabulous cause and I’m all for charities but seriously, as a single female, it’s really keeping my libido down. No, I’m kidding.
No, I’m really not actually, but let’s say that I am just incase someone is appalled by my comment.
My rants want to propose a new idea for Movember: Couldn’t men like… not shave their… well, I don’t know, but really… MUSTACHES? REALLY? REALLLLLY? C’mon fellas!
As a lady, even if you have a man and don’t need some eye candy, your man’s mustache is probably chaffing the hell out of your chin. It’s awful, isn’t it? However, since it’s for charity, go ahead… scar our faces, and make them all red from your sharp stache hairs. Go ahead!
What. The. Hell.
Alright, but we all love balls, right? So Mustache yourself away for Movember! Stache life! Donate, people! Donate. I feel the need to add that in there so I won’t be completely shunned by God and sent to hell. At least we get to enjoy funny pics for the month, right? Oh, and the funny stories that I have for you… Oh, you have no idea.
Nasty Mustaches aren’t the only honourable thing happening this month. A few days ago, it was Remembrance Day which is a personal favourite of mine. My great grandfather who actually just passed away a couple of years ago, was in the war, and I know quite a few people who have been deployed to Afghanistan and some that have even been injured. However, I believe that even if you don’t know a War Veteran, it’s absolutely mandatory that you pay your respect to the people who risk their lives fighting for you, ultimately so you don’t have to.
I was actually in Guelph for remembrance Day Sunday and as my best friend and I headed out of the restaurant that we had breakfast at, a parade busted out, but it wasn’t even a parade! Literally, people started marching out of a building with drums, and uniform, and then some boy scouts, girl scouts, normal-attire-wearing people and it was like… A FLASH PARADE! Like a flash mob… only a parade. I enjoyed it.
I think it was planned though. Sorry to bust your flash party pants. I’m pretty sure they all came out of the Guelph Legion but I really have no idea. All I know is that it was totally awesome to see.
What do you do to give appreciate, love, thanks, admiration and respect to the Veterans and soldiers of the war? Do you just wear a poppy, or do you join in on flash parades?