Monday, September 13, 2010

Monday Moustache

The fifth post in a recurring segment on moustaches.

Today's moustache:

Snidely Whiplash

In every moustache, there lies a potential for great good-- or great evil.
Guess which path this guy took?

Shy of a Nazi dictator, evil moustaches don't get more iconic. Snidely is a contemptable fiend, and there can be no doubt that his sinister plans have led to a negative moustache stigma that echoes even to this day.

Thanks to Snidely, the full potential of moustache has been explored... at the cost of his soul. Without the sacrifice of his humanity, dastardly acts like "evilly stroking one's moustache" would have little meaning. The story of Snidely's moustache apparently resembles Darth Vader in Star Wars.

When not occupied by moustache stroking, Snidely is usually tying young ladies up on railroad tracks in order to attract his nemesis, Dudley Do-Right. No, seriously. That is how this guy spends his day.

It must be very depressing to be defeated by a Canadian Mounty
If it were Jar Jar Binks tied up on that railroad track nobody would mind.

For being the poster child of perversity, an archetype of atrocity, and the metaphor for malice, Snidely clearly deserves his place in the Moustache Hall of Fame.

Now if you'll excuse me, I'm late for my train.

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