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November 20, 2008

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The small hairy faces had been trying to move the table for days

It was going to be an unconventional boyband.

Try as they might, the guys back at Innocent HQ would never make Smoothie of the Month.

Tache-tastic efforts from the innocent prost-eight boys

a practical joke too far, super glue on the floor and on their upper lip...outrageous.

After a whole month without any kissing, and their confidence raised by the prospect of shaving, the boys gathered around a mirror and practiced a bit of puckering up...
watch out everyone...!

Carpet Lickers Anonymous lined up to try the newly polished table.

They'll never know who we are, thanks to our cunning disguises!

Ingrediants:
8 Funny faces, 8 Bushes (moustaches, 1 Pair of Glasses= The innocent 8!!

As the Economic Crisis begins to really take hold, young men all across the land resort to increasingly drastic measures to keep warm.

These blood-sucking caterpillars take on the guise of moustaches, in order to prevent the host getting a girlfriend. Thanks, Nature!

The Movember Marios are the new face of innocent smoothie with their new moustache growing recipe...

Whoa! You'll all get your razors,keep your [facial] hair on!

If it itches
dont be an itch
just let it grow long and smooth
and shave it off in decmber bros.

The not so good, the not too bad and the not very ugly!

The latest recipe:

Pineapple, banana and hairy berry.

Results of the recent new law banning moustaches - the punishment? beheading!

"More handlebars than a bike shop"...for their next charity fundraiser, they will be attempting to grow some legs.

If Innocent made 'taches, they'd probably be the greatest 'taches in the world.

Bow chicka wow wowwww!

"We've come to uh...inspect your fridge for innocents..."

Not so 'Innocent' smoothies company have been questioned after their newly employed umpa-lumpa workforce rally for better working conditions. One of the umpa-lumpas said, 'we love working here, it's just the tables, they're too high.'

When Innocent announced it was to be lead sponsor for the new Cinematic release of Smokey and the Bandit, office rivalry intensified...

And Finally... greater hairy moth caterpillars have escaped from a tropical butterfly house in West London...

The live version of "Guess Who" suffered it's first set back when they realised they all had moustache's!

Our pro-gurners join us from France

Blazin' Squad have really let it go...

The Singing Busts make a colorful comback.

[think haunted mansion]

8 reasons why facial hair is good

I planned each gentle comb,
Each careful snip along the byeway,
Please guys, don't take the rise,
I GREW IT MY WAY!!.

Apologies to Paul Annka et al.

(Yes I know the penultimate line could have been in the feminine)

The boys wondered whether smiling would get easier once their excess facial hair was removed. The styling gel didn't help facial movement or taste nice.

So, after much discussion, the winning caption comes from Simon Stanley.

The coconut shy had finally hit puberty

A very well done to Simon. Smoothies on their way to you very soon.

Big thanks to everyone who entered and of course, to all the boys who took part in Movember.

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