Tulkinghorn and all of his male scribes are gearing up to grow moustaches for Movember, a charity scheme set up for everyday people to become 1970s legends and raise some money for prostate cancer in the process.
Tulkinghorn and all of his male scribes are gearing up to grow moustaches for Movember, a charity scheme set up for everyday people to become 1970s legends and raise some money for prostate cancer sufferers in the process.
The four reporters are pictured below on day three, but log on to TheLawyer.com every Monday until December to see how those upper lips are getting on.
Tulkinghorn encourages everyone else in the legal world capable of growing a moustache, both male and female, to do the same – if only to make the members of Team Tulkinghorn feel better about underlining their noses and parading around the City looking like East German football players.
If you would like to sponsor Team Tulkinghorn for The Prostate Cancer Charity, please click here. For more information on prostate cancer and The Prostate Cancer Charity, click here. And if you too are taking part in this excellent charity initiative, don't forget to let us know.
Kit Chellel, reporter.
Moustache Manifesto: “My dad had a moustache for years. When he shaved it off he looked liked Jasper Carrot and we all laughed at him."
Moustache Hero: Theodore Roosevelt. “A far cooler, far hairier Republican than John McCain will ever be."
Kian Ganz, reporter.
Moustache Manifesto: "Moustaches are the curtains of the soul. Keep them drawn."
Moustache Hero: Friedrich Nietzsche. “If this tache doesn’t kill me it will make me stronger.”
Ben Moshinsky, deputy news editor.Moustache Manifesto: "If there’s any better way to get instant gravitas, I don’t know it."
Moustache Hero: Bruce Grobbelaar. “The man wore his moustache like a third eyebrow.”
Tom Phillips, special reports editor.
Moustache Manifesto: "Ladies love the tickle of a waxed lip wig."
Moustache Hero: Hercule Poirot. “Sacre bleu, a man's top lip should never be naked. It is shameful mon ami.”