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Published on December 3rd, 2011 | by Aaron McAllorum


Movember: Final Update from Team Culch

It’s finally over –  all the days on my Michelle Doherty calender have been crossed off as Movember 2011 is resigned to history. Facial normality has been restored at Culch Towers. Bare lipped and cold, but satisfied, the Culch Collective managed to pull in a very impressive 1527 European dollars. Friday morning the clippers came out and the satisfying trimming of the lip-hedge began. Off came the under lip hair otherwise known as “The Soulpatch” – all self-respecting stylish men have one apparently, but not me, they stink of sleaze in my book. Then the money shot, the upper lip hair-crime. I cranked the trimmer side of my razor right down to the skin pinching closest it would go and “Zzzzzzzzzzzurp” I immediately relieved my face of its handsome manish appearance and restored the charming Jack- the-lad boyish good looks.

With all the above nonsense read I assume, I will get down to the business end of what Movember was all about for us here at Culch.ie. The ever-kind Peter Donegan took some time out to give us a focused synopsis. I really hope Peter had his steel capped works boots on because he drops names like nobodies business and reminds all us dudes to start taking care of ourselves and get the ol prostate checked out. It doesn’t take long and it doesn’t hurt as much as Peter Griffin makes out so get down to your local GP. A huge thank you to all who participated and donated, everyone to a man (and woman) did their piece. Go raibh maith agaibh!

I will leave you with some  pearls of wisdom my dad gave me: Man up, Lube up and Find out! Now, watch Peter’s vidgeyo:


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Tweet @aaronmcallorum I like day dreaming, picking flowers and sunsets. Doing a bit @925_PhoenixFm & Sports guy for @culch_ie love a bit of gaeilge comh maith. Location; Hibernia

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