there are a number of answers to this question.
a couple of which i shall look at in some vague sort of detail.
the most obvious answer would be November.
this is correct (1 point to you)
but over the last few years or so, men have been cultivating cookie dusters to raise money and awareness for men's health charities.
this well-meaning trend has seen the month formerly known as November now dubbed as Movember.
and since i thoroughly enjoyed showing off a bit of top-lip fuzz when i went to a screening of Anchorman, and quite impressed to people's reactions that had seen photos of my moustache, but not actually met it, i decided it was only right for it to make a return, for charideee.
the plan is simple, you start November 1st clean shaven, then let nature take it's course until you have enough facial hair to groom into something fascinating
i would be grateful if anyone feels the need to donate via my profile
(i expect contributions to be low whilst i go through the primary stubble phases)
and i shall update y'all with imaginative self-portraits over the course of the month
it is also NaNoWriMo
which looks like some kind of maths equation or a distant relative many times removed from the periodic table, but it is in fact a campaign to engage people in writing for the whole of November (or Movember, or NaNoWriMo)
and as someone that has spent years thinking that i would make a brilliant novelist, if only i would just get my head down and get on with it, this movement is pretty much geared towards people like me
alas, when i struggle to keep my blogs updated and barely find time to do any of the things that i genuinely intend to do, i can't promise how i am gonna fare over the course of the month, the aim (set forth by the campaign) is to complete a 50,000 word novel, broken down, this is over 1,600 words a day, and i didn't exactly get off to a flying start, or any start at all, yesterday.
less yapping nonchalently.
more natural facial hair growth and unnatural feverishly paced novel writing.
wish me best of luck at both (please)