I Mustache You A Question, Sister: Wanna Use My Razor? (Mustache shirt giveaway included.)

If you follow the Kelley's Break Room Facebook page, then you may have already read about the recent letter I received. It was a nice letter. It was a letter sent by someone that was concerned about my tactics. She was giving me a gentle scolding.

"Have just found your blog.

 Hope you and the boys and their dad have a great fourth of July.

You seem very observant. Your quirky sense of humor is enjoyable, too.

Please do not mock the afflicted ladies with mustaches, even if it is a culturally unacceptable trait here. Let's seriously try to help them, in a sisterly way.

Thank you. And yes, we always offered as "Coke" any cold soft drink/soda in
summer to visitors.

As kids we'd say, also, to eachother:

"Wanna go get a Coke?" And so on.

Thanks for the posts."

I quickly did a search on my blog and found that I previously used this picture from Holy Taco.

So, first, I would like to apologize. I don't want to offend anyone. If women like their mustaches, then they should wear them proudly. I would never want to steal any joy from a mustached woman.

I also would like to say that I have to watch it myself. My dad has a mustache, so, naturally, I'm at risk. I often look in the mirror to make sure I don't see my father staring back at me. I'm sure that you can catch me at times falling a little behind my hair care routine.

More than that, though, I want to reach out and help women out with mustaches in a SISTERLY WAY, as this reader so kindly suggested.

That's why I am on my bike this afternoon making house calls. I got my son to take my picture just a minute ago, as I am about to head out.

(I'm letting my hair grow out.)

So, if you are home and hear a little toot-toot from my bike horn (it's in the basket), run on out to the driveway if you feel you are in need of some mustache management. I will also stop by different businesses. In fact, I plan to hit up CiCi's Pizza first.

If you want to share the love and be a part of the Mustache Management Movement, then you are going to need to get your hands on one of these shirts. You can buy it HERE. ONE COMMENTER, though, WILL GET A FREE ONE. You can wear it out and about or you could wear it to bed. It is totally up to you. I like people to give lots of freedom here in the Break Room. I will send a free shirt to one of the commenters .

I will send you a little pack of wax, razors, tweezers, Nair, a basket for your bike and a toot-tootin' horn, so that house calls are more efficient.

If you are in the pinning mood and would like to recruit others to the Mustache Management Movement, you can share this image below:

Let's be a part of the solution, instead of the problem.

My latest post is up over at NickMom!