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Me And My Big Mouth

Okay, so I’m at Blogorado, and one of my gun blogger friends asks me,”So when are you shaving half your mustache?”

I replied that since I hadn’t won the fundraising challenge, I wasn’t shaving anything. Of course, they asked me what it would take to get me to shave my mustache and wax my junk.

$150,” I replied, not taking them seriously.

Money raised in two minutes and fourteen seconds.

Fifteen more minutes, and we had raised $315 for me to shave my ‘stache and wax everything below the shoulders.

I’m going on record that few men will submit to a full body waxing to raise money for a good cause.

If you want to chip in, the links are still on the sidebar.

And to steal a few words from Woodrow F. Call, “I guess that’ll teach me to be more careful what I promise in the future.”

Video and audio to come…

Comments - Add Yours

  • Jen

    Oh SNAP.
    You could have charged extra for the person who got to rip off the first wax strip…
    Damn, dude. I whimper when I have my brows done. I hope you were drunk as hell when they did your junk.
    Apply a thick cocoa butter lotion to the bumps to soothe the skin, and scrub the bare spots like crazy in the shower to prevent ingrown hairs.
    Bless your heart, darlin…

  • Old_NFO

    LOL, you did it to yourself…

  • MSgt B

    Better you than me, bigmouth.
    You’re a good man.

  • Art Welling

    I’d feel sorry for you, but hell man…. you opened your mouth and marched both feet right into it.

    Now… the person who has to do that nasty thing to you… THAT person I have all kinds of sympathy for…

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  • Scott Kenny

    Lemme guess: The only reason it took 2 minutes is because some people’s wallets were buried in backpacks or range bags and took time to get out!

  • phlegmfatale

    Oh, if only some kindly soul had taken pity on you and crocheted you a scrotal cozy. *aherm*

  • MattG

    I’m MattG, and I approved this fund raiser. With all the cash that I had in my wallet. (And making a run to the store for some baby oil for my roomie.)

  • Jennifer Oclaray Hast

    The lengths you will go to… You’re a good sport. Hope the redness has calmed down.

  • Instinct

    I don’t care who you are, that’s funny right there. :D

  • Colorado Lurker

    I am a lurker on your blog because I am not in any medical field. But I find your blog and a few others incredibly enlightening. Anywho, this article in the local news made me think of you being in my colorful state – .

  • Jennifer

    As a Lymphoma survivor I appreciate the lengths people go to to support cancer research and to spread the message to get yourself checked out regularly and early (and for more than breast cancer). I was 29 and low risk when diagnosed, cancer can happen at ANYTIME to ANYONE. If you feel something is wrong, get your butt to the doctor, it just might save your life.
    This sacrifice of yours is pretty symbolic in that you also loose your body hair with chemo, but at least with chemo I didn’t have to worry about ingrown hairs when it came back. To show my appreciation I tossed a few more coins in the bucket, and I recommend a lotion with aloe :)

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