Here we mo’ again

It’s November, and that means socially conscious men everywhere are letting their upper lip grow a shadow in order to raise money for men’s health research

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November 1st, 2012 10:09 am| by admin
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The dawn of men’s health issue charity ‘Movember’ is upon us, and the war cry of moustache growers has sounded through the offices of The Copenhagen Post.

Four have answered the call as Denmark prepares to embark on a crusade of facial hair, all in the name of saving lives. These brave souls are known amongst us as Chief Kevin the Editor, Mighty Peter the Writer, Christian the Half Dane, Dima 'the Blonde' Paranytsia and last but not least, Ray the American.

These men of beards fell upon their shaving razors on Wednesday night: they are clean-shaven and fit for service. Their ultimate goal is to bring the message of prostate cancer to the unknowing, while raising many a gold coin. Help these o’brave men of the paper by saluting their cause on dk.movember.com

Editor in Chief Kevin McGwinDistribution Manager Dima ParanytsiaJournalist Ray WeaverJournalist Peter Stanners

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