November 25, 2013

Top 10 Spanish mustaches.

Beginning with Salvador Dali ("who described his pointy facial hair as 'antennae with which to trap art,' used date sugar to sharpen the ends and also attract 'clean flies'").

8 comments:

Martin L. Shoemaker said...

Microaggression! Protect us from the moustache microaggression!

Paddy O said...

Tu bigote te da gran fuerza y dignidad.

TML said...

At least twice they use the short word "tash" which is very distracting and wrong.

TML said...

doesn't everyone use "'stache"?

EDH said...

Speaking of Martin Bashir, what about the Dirty Sanchez?

Levi Starks said...

mustaches are good

Bob said...

Well, they included Velazquez, and that was the great era of the Spanish mustache; everyone from King Philip IV himself to his mininster the Count-Duke of Olivares, to the lowliest caballero sported an outsized mustache that would be stroked, fondled and fetished, usually also with one hand on a dagger or rapier. The "Captain Alatriste" novels by Arturo Perez-Reverte describes the era perfectly.

Clyde said...

I'm still trying to get my mind around the fact that the same guy dubbed the voices of "Darth Vader, Terminator, Dirty Harry, the Lion King and Captain Kirk." En ingles, they sound nothing alike! I think I like English better!