As I usually tell people. "take pride in anything you that makes you happy irrespective of how ridiculous it may be".
Today, I introduce to you an incredible man, who take pride in his long mustache.
The 65-year-old says he massages a mixture of hipster staple coconut oil with mustard and olive oil into his tache to maintain its extraordinary growth.
Ram Singh is 58 years old while his mustache is already 14 feet long. According to him, the mustache is his "most prized possession", spent 32 years cultivating it and 2 hours a day cleaning and combing it.
You will be surprised to know that he has appeared in James Bond’s 007 series movie ‘Octopussy’ in 1983.
He explained why he took pride in it.
He said: "Both moustache and beard have always been a symbol of pride for men – so I've been able to earn a name, fame and respect for my moustache.
"People always compliment my moustache – including Chief Ministers, Vice Presidents and the President of India.”
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