Movember update | Week two

November 8th, 2012 11:40 am| by admin

A week has passed since the health issue charity ‘Movember’ called on its brothers-in-arms to partake on the journey of moustache growth. Our brave crusaders at the Copenhagen Post have brought pride to the paper’s dwellings, conjuring up a total of 765 kroner in total, putting them in 92nd place out of 625 teams nationwide.

The warrior with the most impressive moustache support so far is Christian the Half Dane (not pictured), who has so far managed to draw in 415 kroner in support for his facial hair growth.

Denmark as a whole has managed to amass a total of 430,000 kroner in its bid to aid the cause. However, the Danish effort is eleven spots off the leader, Canada, which has assembled just under 50,000,000 kroner.

The moustache growth goes on. Support our cause at and search for The Copenhagen Post.

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