ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Website of the Week
Have you ever left the salon with the realization your request
for a "trim" was met by your hairdresser's sadistic
desire to morph you into a mullet-sporting specimen?
Mullet Junky, a self-proclaimed "hard-core mullet page," reveals
how the mullet has surpassed the defintion of a simple, creepy
haircut and exploded into a culture with obsessive followers.
Defined as "short on top, long on back," a legal
mullet has hair from the back that is three times longer than
any part of the rest of the head. Got that?
The site includes useful terms for conversation, like Mullderline,
the development of a mullet and the Infantullet, which is more
like parental abuse.