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Are mullets coming back

Updated: 10/26/2022
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I'm thinking not.

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in a sense, yes. there's somewhat of a "newage" kind of mullet that's really popular in some parts of Europe right now.

its only the bottom portion of the back of the head that would grow out to a length, probably no more than 5 inches (12 cm) at the most, while the rest of the head would have a shorter length and the top would be a variation of a fauxhawk.

whether it impacts the states or other parts of the world... well, that depends, i guess. I've seen people in the states that have it. it's not bad at all.

here's what it would look like:

http://img338.imageshack.us/img338/1262rockmulletiv9.jpg

guys think that mullets are cool, but 2 of my friends got them, and from a girl's point of view.... NO, mullets are weird unless you keep them well kept

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