loving the moustache

4

“Who are you? Sarge, there’s some French gent at the door.”

instagram

During Jack and Shitty’s first year, there were a couple of drunken making out sessions. As in Shitty was drunk and once in a while, surprised kissed Jack to be sure- reeeaaaaaally sure he wasn’t a little bit queer. Because if you’re not gay for Jack Zimmermann, you’re not gay at all. 

(Jack came back from that year with amazing reflexes and a love/hate relationship for moustached kisses.)

had to take a quick break from commissions/requests to sketch out a rough design for a new d&d character for a campaign my friend is dm’ing for his birthday! he suggested the concept to me because i am, in fact, a bird person (a pigeon whisperer) so this dude is a weird kind of odin. can you tell i kind of based his design off the vagabond, lol

“Poirot understands the frailty of people, their passions, their hopes and their dreams. It’s a characteristic which I think is recognized and admired by viewers the world over.”
- David Suchet, Being Poirot documentary 

4

Kenneth Branagh explains Poirot’s moustache in Murder on the Orient Express

Bonus:
“I spent months getting that moustache right, that massive piece of face furniture.”
Q: “Was it real?”
“I can’t tell you or I’d have to kill you. *smiles* It wasn’t real. It wasn’t real, I did try growing one but Agatha Christie says that Poirot has the most magnificent moustaches in England. So, we created this kind of double-layer twirly moustaches which in itself took so much taking care of, that we got really well ahead of the game with that one, same with the accent.”

2

“It is the brain, the little grey cells on which one must rely. One must seek the truth within – not without.” - Hercule Poirot

“Aw,” he croons into Dorian’s hair, “listen to you, all happy. Damn. How’d I get so lucky, huh? Pretty little Vint in my bed, kissing me awake.”

“Can I kiss you again?”

“Hell yeah, you can.”

@pieceofkaffas, because woah did I love your beautiful piece of writing that is “Lucky”.