With the upcoming publication of the Book of Wrong Answers, it occurred to me that as an author, I would need to appear more sophisticated.
Unfortunately I have neither the time nor the budget for a new look. You know, that author look.
Instead, I’ve opted for a low-budget approach to worldliness and sophistication.
I began with glasses. All writers have a pair of glasses somewhere right?
Glasses were not sufficient.
I needed more.
So. I’ve shaved my beard. Mostly.
I’ve entered into the land of the mustache.
It’s a mythical realm.
Inhabited by the likes of Tom Sellick, Charlie Chaplain and Eddie Murphy.
Standard and understated like Alex Trebek or as odd as Dali, mustaches require more maintenance than a beard. They’re a conscious choice to NOT to shave a very specific area.
A quick search yielded no images of people with a ‘cheek’ mustache - a mustache shaped clump of hair existing only on one cheek.
Perhaps they are out there and are not yet doccumented.
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