Watch '40 Moustaches in 100 Seconds' And Help Fight Prostate Cancer

Even if you're sick of the whole mustache thing, you have to like this because it's for charity, and people will think you're a bastard if you don't. First, moustaches were for frontiersmen. Then everyone. Then cops. Then pedophiles. Then hipsters. Well, next month, moustaches are for everyone again with "Movember," the annual movement that gets people to grow out their 'staches in order to raise sponsorship money for prostate and testicular cancer awareness. If you're still on the fence, I highly suggest that you peruse the different styles in this video and find the one that best fits you. But not Luigi. That one's mine. And, of course, Luigi's. Sure, you probably won't be able to sprout out a whole bushy mustache in a month, but I guarantee you'll look funny trying. And if your boss gives you shit for looking like John Holmes during your deposition, just ask him why he hates charities so much. That should shut him up. Have a solemn and respectful Movember (click the link for more info on how you can get involved, as well as some funny, funny creative stuff). And seriously, stay away from the Luigi. Sh*t's mine.

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The Conspirator is true story of the trial of those accused in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. It also features lots of facial hair. If there's a more fitting project for Robert Redford to helm, he hasn't found it yet. Seemingly right in his wheelhouse, The Conspirator is based on the true story of the arrest and trial of those accused in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Robin Wright and James McAvoy lead the cast, though if you look carefully, you can find Justin Long rocking a pretty sweet 'stache. Or you can just look at the attached pic on the homepage. McAvoy plays Freerick Aiken, a Union veteran who reluctantly defends in court Mary Surratt, the falsely-accused mother of an actual conspirator. Much of the action appears to the courtroom, and the trailer even features the soon-to-be national catch phrase "Our founding fathers drafted a constitution precisely for times like this!" It's A Few Good Men for the lambchop set. (Yahoo! Movies)


Help Cancer Survivors By Playing Metroid With Will Ferrell

Must be at least 13 to enter. How would you like to play video games with Will Ferrell and put cancer flat on its ass at the same time? The comedian is teaming up with Amazon's game streaming service Twitch for a crowd-funding campaign on Indiegogo with hopes of raising $375,000 for Cancer for College and Even though he totally owns that much money and could probably just give it to them. If you'd like to enter for the chance to square off against the star in Will Ferrell's SuperMegaBlastMax Gamer Challenge, donate a minimum of $10. The winner of the sweepstakes will play video games with Ferrell for two hours on Oct. 26 in San Francisco, which will be broadcast live on Twitch. There's a wide array of other incentives for those who would like to donate. Besides entry into the contest, a $10 donation comes with a $5 Amazon gaming credit; $25 will get you 1 month of Twitch Turbo. Donations of $50 and up will receive Will Ferrell's SuperMegaUVBlastMax: Gamer's Sunscreen or a SuperMegaBlastMax Event T-Shirt. For $500, you get an autographed cowbell and $1,500 you'll get a video message from Ferrell, while a $5,000 donation will fund a college scholarship for a cancer survivor which is arguably way less cool than the cowbell.


Nick Swanson To Strip For Charity

You're gay if you DON'T want to see this. That's just what I feel. In case Katy Perry, Al Pacino, Stephen Colbert, Tina Fey, Jack McBrayer, Bill O’Reilly, Amy Poehler, Seth Rogen, Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Sudeikis (who's banging Olivia Wilde, which puts him in a whole other realm of respect), Anderson Cooper, Jimmy Kimmel, and Julianne Moore weren't reason enough to turn in to Comedy Central's Night of Too Many Stars, there's one more name that puts the sum of all those others to shame. Yup. Ron Fuckin' Swanson. Nick Offerman. He'll be raising money for autism (against autism, actually) and for every $1,000 he receives, he'll get a little more naked. What's not to like? Charity, Nick Offerman, burly, mustachioed nudity. This program is shaping up to have it all.


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"I take umbrage at that" "Give me back my umbrage!" It's always fun to watch our the Comedy Central news team (Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart) geek out, though Jon Stewart should know from Colbert's Tolkien rants that he's not to be trifled with. So enjoy them arguing about who likes Star Wars more. And if you don't care for the geekier things in life, there's still of plenty of comedy here to satisfy. And if you don't find their brand of humor funny – you're making this really difficult, by the way – you can do it for the UNICEF cause that feeds and aids children across the world. AND IF THAT DOESN'T DO IT FOR YOU...then you're beyond help my friend. Check out the video for information on how to give.