Zach Galifianakis, cousin or brother to Seth Galifianakis, trimmed his trademark beard into a mustache, accompanied by some chin-business. And I sure never imagined I’d be typing that sentence back in 2003 when I was a fresh-faced, wide-eyed freshman in college. The future was bright and I was going to really be something. But here we are.
For some reason I am getting a Bertram Cooper vibe from Zack here. Maybe if they make a Mad Men Babies he can play a young Bert.
Carlos Villanueva is a pitcher for the Chicago Cubs. He’s had a terrific start to the season thus far and it has absolutely everything to do with his stylish steesh. It’s refreshing to see a nice mustache on an MLB player after having to look at Joba Chamberlain and Ian Desmond during spring training.
Who is going to win the Super Bowl? Well it’s all up to Joe Flacco. Last year he had a pretty nice mustache and he went and shaved it off for some reason. If he comes out with a steesh on Sunday I’m betting all my money ($11) on the Ravens.
Orville Wright and his brother who-cares-what-his-name-is-since-he-has-no-mustache Wilbur were the first to invent steeshcraft controls that made fixed-steesh powered facial hair possible. Orville volunteered to test it when Wilbur said he was too afraid. Orville’s courage earned him the respect of men and affection of women.
This lady is the creepiest part of Ghostbusters, even before she is possessed by a ghost. She still haunts me til this day. Just as Bruce Wayne had to confront his fear of bats to become Batman, I will confront my fear of the creepy librarian to become Creepy Librarian Man.