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Published on January 13, 2008

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Slide1:  THE MULLET DEFINITION:  DEFINITION Mullet (mulit): a hairstyle, common among those of lower socioeconomic status, consisting of short, well groomed hair anteriorly and long, flowing locks posteriorly. EXAMPLE:  EXAMPLE Business Party NOMENCLATURE:  NOMENCLATURE Mistakes: “mullet hairstyle” or “mullet cut” Eponyms: drape ape, Wisconsin waterfall, Mississippi mudflap, Missouri compromise, Louisiana purchase SUBTYPES:  SUBTYPES camaro CUT Common among drivers of Chevy camaros, as well as Trans Am’s and Thunderbirds SUBTYPES:  SUBTYPES camaro CUT SUBTYPES:  SUBTYPES camaro CUT SUBTYPES:  SUBTYPES BMX MULLET Among the longest of the subtypes Some are mistaken for ugly girls SUBTYPES:  SUBTYPES PORN MULLET Elegant blend of form and function SUBTYPES:  SUBTYPES MIDGIE-MULLET Makes up for short stature with long hair mullet SUBTYPES:  SUBTYPES MIDGIE-MULLET Makes up for short stature with long hair SUBTYPES:  SUBTYPES MIDGIE-MULLET Makes up for short stature with long hair SUBTYPES:  SUBTYPES ? SUBTYPES:  SUBTYPES “SPECIAL” MULLET The intellectually challenged who sometimes forget to cut the back of their hair MEAN AGE UNTIL 1ST SEXUAL ENCOUNTER AMONG MULLETS:  MEAN AGE UNTIL 1ST SEXUAL ENCOUNTER AMONG MULLETS FEMALES: A MAJOR MULLET CONTRAINDICATION:  FEMALES: A MAJOR MULLET CONTRAINDICATION FEMALES: A MAJOR MULLET CONTRAINDICATION:  FEMALES: A MAJOR MULLET CONTRAINDICATION FEMALES: A MAJOR MULLET CONTRAINDICATION:  FEMALES: A MAJOR MULLET CONTRAINDICATION FEMALES: A MAJOR MULLET CONTRAINDICATION:  FEMALES: A MAJOR MULLET CONTRAINDICATION WHY THE MULLET?:  WHY THE MULLET? WHY THE MULLET?:  WHY THE MULLET? MULLET HOT SPOTS:  MULLET HOT SPOTS Professional wrestling matches auto races monster truck rallies dog tracks MULLET HOT SPOTS:  MULLET HOT SPOTS On the web: www.mulletsgalore.com www.northamericanmulletpage.com www.nomullets.com MULLET HOT SPOTS:  MULLET HOT SPOTS In Houston: Anywhere on Richmond Ave. west of 610 James K. Polk, U.S. President, 1845-1849:  James K. Polk, U.S. President, 1845-1849 I’m the only President so far with a Mullet! Slide26:  MULLET QUESTIONS?

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