It’s a pretty well-known fact that each mustache on the face of the earth has its own little mustache fairy that is dying to be famous. And I’m pretty sure this fact inspired J.M. Barrie when he wrote of Peter Pan, but Wikipedia has yet to confirm my theory (It was a pretty big thesis, so I’m sure they’re taking their time to read through the paper thoroughly). While we wait, however, I feel it’s my duty to give such rightful stardom status to the lovely mustaches found here in South Asia. Let’s begin with The Cuban.
Most think this fine specimen remains native to the Caribbean, but more specific studies have traced its ancient migratory patterns to the southern part of Asia, thus its common presence here. Although fairly common, The Cuban remains unique and has been seen in various roles such as barber, sabzi walla (veggie seller), or even the occasional auto walla (rickshaw driver).
There’s not much more to add to the description of The Cuban, for its class and superiority speak for itself. And thus begins the documentation of the greatest mustaches South Asia has to offer: you’re welcome, world, you’re welcome.