Movember: Two Weeks In

As you may know from our last post, the men forming "Gould's "Box Office" Tache's" have been busy flexing their hair follicles and producing ‘spectacular' moustaches, all in aid of the annual charity event Movember.

Created to raise awareness of men's health issues (including testicular cancer and mental health), real men around the world are challenged every November to grow a mo and sign up their friends and family as sponsors.

So far Gould have managed to raise £130.00, but we know we can do better!

If you'd like to help the very worthy Movember cause and cheer on Gould's Box Office Taches team, you can sponsor us on our Movember page here. Here are the team's reflections on the month so far.

Tom O'Sullivan

1. What is it like growing a Mo?

Fun.

2. What has been the reaction at home, work and in public?

The wife can't keep her hands off me and my son Henry keeps swinging on it.

Matt Pike

1. What is it like growing a Mo?

It's itchy, but I like it.

2. What has been the reaction at home, work and in public?

The kids love it, but my wife hates it. As for work, I've caught people on the tube staring at me more than usual.

Sadiki Goppy

1. What is it like growing a Mo?

Tricky.

2. What has been the reaction at home, work and in public?

Supportive, with an air of disbelief that I am actually growing one.

Ken Tickner

1. What is it like growing a Mo?

Annoying, ticklish, my wife made me do it!

2. What has been the reaction at home, work and in public?

My wife and children haven't spoken to me since I started growing it but that's a small price to pay for a good cause. My wife made me do it!

Stephen O'Brien

1. What is it like growing a Mo?

A pain, a real pain!!

2. What has been the reaction at home, work and in public?

A screwed up face when I try to kiss my daughter goodnight. People at work are impressed, but in public I look like an idiot.

Watch Our Mo Grow on Social Media

Don't forget to sponsor the Gould team on our Movember page, and follow the team's progress here on our blog and on our Facebook and Google+pages.