Luke Reilly Guys my age don't talk enough about these issues and the Mo really does help get the conversation on men's health started. I'll take looking like a dodgy 80's film star for a month if it means raising awareness.
David Coffey This is my first year growing a Mo. I've spent all month explaining the reason for my awful facial hair so clearly the 'raising awareness' part works.
Duncan Maguire I’ve been a Mo Bro since 2007, and I have loved taking part every year since. The Mo has been an incredible tool to get men talking in Ireland these past eight years and long may it continue.
Kevin Goss-Ross My little top lip animal might not be as glorious as some, but it's there and hopefully it serves - in a wonderfully roundabout way - as a reminder for men to check their testicles. Now donate money to the cause.
Neil Rooney It’s been incredible seeing so many new Mo Bros taking part this year from all over Ireland. We’ve had a huge take up from the GAA world and the farming community. So make sure to check yourself, your future self will thank you for it!
Niall Cowley I was going for a John Waters (no, the good one) but after repeated failures, I'm convinced his is drawn on. I'm hoping my ridicule reminds people to give themselves a thorough fondle for their health.
Niall Morris It’s about awareness, whilst we’re getting better at looking after ourselves we need to keep it on the agenda. If looking like Ned Flanders for a month can help with that, then so be it!
Paddy O’Brien Mo Mo MO! At no other time of year would I get away with a dodgy looking 'tache. The subtle hints of ginger trying to make themselves heard in my Mo are what keep me going. I do it for them, mainly.
Paul Cahill I know men of all ages who have contracted cancer, yet I never would have thought about checking myself for symptoms. Being upgraded from an ugmo to office dreamboat thanks to the Mo is also a major plus!
Tom Parsons I am big believer in looking after health, all aspects, and men can find it difficult to open up on this. I like how this year’s campaign isn’t just about cancer awareness, but that men’s mental health is also a big focus.