It is to do with some cancer charity for men not to shave their mostashes off.
by Zsuzsy Bee 12 years ago
This was in my email box this morning...Movember(formally known as November) is a month long fund raising event during which participants(almost always adult males) attempt to grow a luxurious and stylish moustache throughout the month. They also ask people to sponsor them for this event, and all...
by scoop 9 years ago
What is movember?
by Charlu 10 years ago
What did you want to be when you grew up and did it change, if so when and why?
by Resolver2009 12 years ago
Hi there fellow hubbers!Just wondered if there is anybody else in here participating in MOVEMBER? I have growed my mo for 24 days now in support of the Prostate Cancer Charity.If you're not known with the concept of MOvember, here is a little introduction.."Movember is a mix of the word...
by Ayu 9 years ago
Why do women have to shave their armpits?
by retellect 10 years ago
How does the wider public benefit from Movember?
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