The porn-star mustache on the upper lip of 12 News anchor Mark Curtis may help women reach orgasm during sex -- at least, according to the Colbert Report's Stephen Colbert.
Explaining treatments for what Colbert calls Low-T and Low-O (testosterone, and orgasm, respectively), Colbert referenced a 12 News segment of Curtis explaining Tefina, a nasal spray that a lot of people are calling the "female Viagra."
The joke on Curtis starts at the 6:40 mark in the video above, and for those who can't see the video, we'll ruin the joke in text format for you.
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It starts with Curtis' opening to the 12 News segment, saying, "Women who have trouble reaching orgasm during sex could soon get help, believe it or not, from a nasal spray."
Colbert interjects, "They might also get help from that guy's mustache."
As you can see from the chart of mustache types below, Curtis clearly rocks the porn-star mustache, so we're inclined to believe Colbert's segment. If it worked for you, shoot us an e-mail, or video, or something.