Sunday, February 26, 2012

Mustache Monday: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, famous for his character Sherlock Holmes.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, famous for looking mustache-y.

If we didn't know any better, we'd cast Doyle as the lead villain in some melodrama. We mean, look at that mustache! You just expect him to start twirling it as he sneeringly outlines his devious plans for closing the orphans' home and plowing under the flower beds. The manner in which it slopes down to his lip then juts out from either side is just improbable. We have to wonder why he did not deduce that this was not a good look for him when he looked in the mirror each morning. He should have spent less time seance-ing and more time shaving, in our opinion.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the 13th man in A Study in 'Staches. Let's see how he ranked:

Size: 3/5
Style: 1/5
Originality: 2/5
Overall: 6/15

We're fairly sure Inspector Lestrade could solve a case unaided in less time than it would take Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to shave this thing off his face. And that's rarely a good thing.

Becca and Kelley

"Got your next heist planned?"
"No, but I'm thinking about growing a big black mustache. I'm a traditionalist."

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