Here’s hoping that you and your family have a great Xmas day and hopefully you are happy with everything that Santa put under your tree and in your stockings. But in case you didn’t get what you wanted this year and are pissed off at your spouse or significant other, I’m here to save the day! Upon my upteenth viewing of Bob Clark’s other classic Christmas time movie, Black Christmas, I realized what I could give my Dirty Horror readers as the gift that would keep on giving and sometimes need to be brushed as well. Yes, it’s this cop’s moustache from Black Christmas:
My hat’s off to you, unknown cop, because you have us guessing whether your flavor saver is indeed real or fake. No matter if it is or isn’t, because you accomplished everything you were going for, plus much more! It’s thick. It’s lustrous. It’s every woman’s dream from the 70’s and every man’s envy at the same time. You may not have had any lines in the movie unknown cop, but you didn’t need them. Your moustache did all of the talking without moving it’s bushy mouth. I dare you one more time to look at it below and try not to get that special feeling that I know you’re fighting. I’ll even throw in four more people so you can see how this hairy beast stands out:
So there you go. Merry Black Christmas everyone! Sorry, no refunds for your gift by the way. And if you want to see this moustache in minimal action, I highly recommend watching the 1974 ground breaking and influential slasher movie, Black Christmas. I would also advise watching it back to back with Bob Clark’s more known Christmas classic, A Christmas Story. No moustaches or skitzophrenic serial killers in that one, but I did spot a random latex Frankenstein mask in the aftermath of present unwrapping on Christmas morning while Randy sleeps, so look out for that!