Mustache Implants Are A Real Thing, Getting Popular

October 29, 2013


So apparently men are flocking to Istanbul, Turkey, to get mustache implants so their upper lips don't look so boyish. As I'm sure you're well aware, a nice well-formed mustache is a sign of manliness, and guys who can't grow them are basically women without tits. Back me up, The Most Interesting Man In The World! "I don't always wear a mustache, but that was a lie, and I've had it since birth." See? The doctor in the video points out that Istanbul has become "the center of medical tourism in Europe." I didn't know medical tourism was a real thing, but I guess if you're going to go somewhere, you might as well get a mustache implant or a couple extra inches added to your pecker during your downtime. "I don't always go in for penis enlargement surgery, but when I do, I hope I don't leave peeing out of a hole in the side." Okay, that's enough out of you. "Stay thirs--." I SAID ENOUGH.

Hit the jump for a video about the procedures, but there are some kinda graphic 'pushing hairs into hair holes' scenes.

Thanks to PYY, who agrees the best hair isn't facial hair at all, it's your privates shaved into the shape of a star or a Triforce or something.

  • pcman3550 .

    Gosh, my beard is so tough and thick, I almost have to shave twice a day. I should sell mustache hair. I could make a fortune.

  • MustacheHam

    I grew mine naturally. ;)

  • Why would anyone click play on this video? Is anyone really that curious?

  • Ziroc

    wonder where they transplant the hair from? bum or penis region? Adds a whole new meaning to assface.

  • stuffsticks

    and bumfluff

  • Big Hug Mug

    These guys look like they've had second thoughts on their masculinity. Prolly need a hug.

  • I have all my hair, and I grow stubble very quickly... but it never turns into a beard. It just stays at 1/4". I've always wanted to be able to grow a sick beard, but Turkey? Yeahhhh right.. let's at least do the procedure in the first world...

  • Kaizer Chief

    Sorry Turks, but only half of Istanbul is in Europe - geographically speaking, that is. Politically speaking, none of Turkey is. Would you settle for the centre of medical tourism in Asia?

  • Superior_Joe

    Dear Kaizer,


    All Turks, who apparently were going with whatever Dr. Moustache Implant said before you came along.

  • Bubbubsky

    I can't grow a beard or mustache to save my life. I also have lost most of the hair on top of my head.
    Never in my life would I be so vain as to do this.

  • qwert`

    gotta think of it as killing 2 birds with one stone. you're also getting rid of backhair and finally get to show off the magnificent asshair

  • Frédéric Purenne

    Just in time for Movember! Thanks GW! ... oh what for me? Noooo, no I certainly don't need it, my girlfriend does!

  • qwert`

    medical tourism. its like how people go to mexico for cheap questionable plastic surgery around here....or how people used to come here for actually good medicine but obama ruined that and now we have medicaid run through a shittier version of canada's system. so turkey must be either cheap or good or they wouldn't go.

  • Jacques-André Langelier

    A hip replacement in Canada cost 13k (free for all), in USA it goes up to 105k. And its like that for everything. There is no reason people should pay 105k for something that costs 13k in a similar country. Capitalism has its flaws and when it comes to healthcare, it has no right to prevail. You are a self centered dumbass if you think Healtcare system should be private.

  • qwert`

    all I know is the "you can keep your plan period" was total bullshit. Got a letter from my insurance that my plan no longer exists and the new one they're transferring me to is 3x the cost with an astronomical copay that I can't afford anymore...and i think it actually covers less things. I mean yes I've got maternity now which apparently my plan was sub par without but as a single 30yearold male who has trouble making car payments as it is...

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