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    Default Mullets anyone ever have one?

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    Any one ever have a mullet? I remember when me and the wife were so 80's through the late 90's it was only until my daughters friends called me Joe Dirt after the movie came out. I then changed my style to the 90's in the 2000's here our some funny pictures I laugh at myself now any body else have a mullet back in the day?

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    So after being called Joe Dirt I went through the Eddie Vetter Phase until my 48th Birthday. What was I thinking. When the Vikings lost to the Saints in the NFC championship Game the bet I made was a buzz cut thanks to Sidney Rice not being able to catch one of Farves Bullets I have had a buzz cut since. Come on people show your Mullets!

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    No. Not even close.

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    Lookin sharp. I've had a mullet wig which I've busted out for various parties etc over the past ten years.

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    Yep, I had a Joe Dirt for years. Played guitar in different local bands from around 1988 to 1998. Then when my daughter was about 3 she told me I looked like a woman. It was time to cut it all at that point. Fortunately I do not have any scanned pics at this time. lol
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    Yeah I had a Gibson Cherry red SG played in a band we always lost in the battle of the bands competition, I always dreamed of being the next Angus Young, Tony Iommni, Frank Zappa as they all hsd SG's never happened!

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    A pony tail, but no mullet.

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    I rocked one thru elementary school!

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    I liked to refer to it as a 'stylized haircut with a soft curl'.
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    At the time it seemed like the thing to do. Ah... hindsight.
    These days, a half inch on top begins to bug me.
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    That first one is a great pic, Billy Ray.....I mean Steve!

    I think in the second pic you really had an Eddie Van Halen thing goin' on!

    Just glad the "photo shoot couch and plant" lasted through the years for you.

    Yeah, I sported a drastic mullet (aka: the mudflap) for a little while too. The only photographic evidence of it lives on in a good friend's wedding party photos. Wouldn't you know it, my one good friend with a lasting first marriage and there I am sportin' a mudflap 'do on their walls from now until forever. Yay!

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    I had one in 1st Grade. After that, it was a buzz cut until Jr. High. I started caring more about my hair until I got out of high school. Now, its back to a buzz cut for sheer simplicity.
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    They're STILL popular down here. No, I'm not kidding. You won't see a lot of them, but you WILL see them
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    Quote Originally Posted by obieone View Post
    They're STILL popular down here. No, I'm not kidding. You won't see a lot of them, but you WILL see them
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    Never had a Mullet. But I've never owned a Camaro either.

    But I had a gigantic natural all through High School in 1969. And I'm a white guy.

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    Never a mullet, but I did wear my hair sort of long for a number of years. When I got older and moved to Arizona, my style changed a "bit".

    I got a haircut today, and my wife told me I might as well just start getting crewcuts since I almost got one already.
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    Many many times!

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    Check you out Sal, all business up front party in the back, we're you a member of a Ramones cover band?

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    Sal, weren't you a member of the band Ratt there for awhile?

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    Me back in the mid 80's

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    Wow the mullets are showing themselves, keep em coming guys! Nice one hertz!

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    Quote Originally Posted by goofyGAguy View Post
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    The real question is does anyone still sport one?
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    No mullets here, just the buzz cut all my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hertz9753 View Post
    Me back in the mid 80's

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    That's great, hertz, loved your work as Gob in Arrested Development! Looking forward to the last season on Netflix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teekay0007 View Post
    That's great, hertz, loved your work as Gob in Arrested Development! Looking forward to the last season on Netflix.
    Nice try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hertz9753 View Post
    Me back in the mid 80's

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    Why is the picture dated from a couple days ago????
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    Quote Originally Posted by nooshinjohn View Post
    Why is the picture dated from a couple days ago????
    I took a picture of a 5x7 picture with my camera.
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    It was a 5x4 picture, sorry for the bad info.

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    No mullet, but I will admit to a perm that netted me $50 bucks. And hell no, you ain't gonna see a pic of it. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Grand View Post
    No. Not even close.
    You COULDN'T George, they would have tossed your butt out of the AF if you had one or shaved you bald just to make an example of you! LOL.
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