Mullet Passions.

Suppose you have a mullet and you’ve been looking for love in all the wrong places. First, have you tried the Minnesota State fair? Or, perhaps, Pittsburgh? Your online dating location is ready, then: is:

[a] 100% free social networking & online dating site specifically for singles with a mullet…and for those with the taste and style to appreciate these unique trendsetters.

I sense a romance or twenty in the making.

[Hat tip to the Washington Post and Chicago Tribune for covering this timely, crucial story.]

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  1. 1
    Josa Young says:

    OMG – it must be meant to be! The heroine of my romantic novel, published next year, has a mullet at the beginning of the book! as did I in the 1980s! (well they say you need to write about what you know about, and I know about mullets!) Should you wish to take this further I can send a couple of sample chapters for your delectation! Mullets. Goodness. I thought mine was lovely.

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    MsValerie says:

    Laughing my ass off!

    I can honestly say that I have never had a mullet.  I have had plenty of other crappy haircuts, but never a mullet.

  3. 3
    Josa Young says:

    I would love to post a picture of me in all my 1980s splendour. Perhaps I will to celebrate the publication of my book next year.

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    CourtneyLee says:

    I never quite got the mullet thing. “Business in the front, party in the back” always struck me as capricious and a little schizophrenic. Can’t a haircut decide what it’s going to be?

  5. 5
    Josa Young says:

    I am afraid you haven’t understood. The idea was carefree style – very long at the back, very short on top – so you could backcomb the top and spray it solid, in purple and gold stripes, and wear the rest either hanging down or pinned up with chopsticks. You need a lot of thick hair to do this, thin hair is alarming.

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    Josa Young says:

    I have to say, I am loving this site. Do you ever review UK books?

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    CourtneyLee says:

    See, that, I can get. Cool colors, making it really unique. Crazy haircuts in the name of individuality are fantastic. The mullets I’ve seen have just been your garden variety redneck ‘do.

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    Jessa Slade says:

    From the website, you can browse by classic, spiky or mudflap mullets.  I had no idea there were different kinds of mullets. Ya learn sump’in new ever’ day.

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    Chanel19 says:

    My 17yo son is proudly sporting a mullett.  And I really don’t know where we went wrong. 


    In my own defense, ‘72 was a very good year…

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    Kismet says:

    There is nothing quite like the Pittsburgh Yenzer Mullet… words cannot describe. I work in an outlet mall south of the city… we have a daily count of the mullets in our store (saturday we had a triple digit count… I can’t wait to see how many we score on Black Friday)

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    karmelrio says:

    My mullet was of the John Taylor/Duran Duran variety which everyone knows is timeless.  ;-)

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    KimberlyD says:

    Kismet-triple digits??? Poor little me, naively thinking us southerners had the market cornered on mullets. I think its worse when parents inflict mullets on their kids, though.

    The rat tail is also a popular choice down here.

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    Elizabeth Wadsworth says:

    The last time I had a mullet I was nine…of course, we called it a “shag” back then, which in retrospect, sounds rather pervy in an Austin Powers kind of way.

    plan95:  This could be the proposed remake of Plan 9 From Outer Space (runs screaming at the thought)

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    Heather says:

    From the website, you can browse by classic, spiky or mudflap mullets.  I had no idea there were different kinds of mullets. Ya learn sump’in new ever’ day.

    There are a TON of different mullet types. Check out under “Classifications” for the full list!

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    Kismet says:

    I kid you not. To be fair though, the mall just opened and we had people from all over that day(within 3 hour radius my area has OH, WV and MD), and we had well over 10k people come through our store :eyes bug:. I haven’t quite gone so far as to track the frequency of the mullets compared to zipcodes (which we have to ask for to get in the computer system)… that would be an interesting study ;).

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    EJ McKenna says:

    no…. they shouldn’t be allowed to breed!

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    CourtneyLee says:

    Inflicting mullets on innocent children really depends on geography, I think. In SoCal, it may qualify as trauma. But go north of me about an hour (northwest Wisconsin) and half the kids have mullets or rat tails.

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    amy lane says:

    Hey—I married a man in a mullet.  Twenty years ago.  (It got better…)

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    SB Sarah says:

    Kismet: As a proud Pittsburgher, I can tell you, nothing is as glorious as the Yinzer Mullet. It has its own subvariations – for example, the Greenfield mullet, which is business in the front with a giant curly hockey puck of hair jutting out from the back. It was made famous by Mario.

    I’m equally proud to say that in high school, Hubby had one. For years. I have pictures.

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    Mistress says:

    Am I the only immature one who finds ” business in the front,party in the back” dirty and hilarious,lol. Seems like a book blurb about a mild mannered virginal librarian by day/ secret raunchy erotica author & exhibitionist by night

    it’s so versatile, don’t ya think?  they could use it as a cover blurb for a secret baby novel as well

    ” adjusted in the front, longing for the one that got a way with a passion that cant be denied…. er expect when she failed to inform him about spawning his progeny”

    heh heh…. a bit longer, but look it still works

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    Silver James says:

    The last time I had a mullet I was nine…of course, we called it a “shag” back then, which in retrospect, sounds rather pervy in an Austin Powers kind of way.

    Elizabeth Wadsworth, long live Farrah! I had a shag all through college and…after. Can you say “Disco?” LOL

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    molly_rose says:

    Thanks to your inspiration, I am officially submitting a research essay on Mullets to my college’s student-run publication.

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    Kismet says:

    You’re right Sarah, the Lemieux and the Jagr mullets seem to be the most popular
    and here I thought they died in the 90s…pssssh. One can only hope Syd the kid will have an equally fertile trend setting ability . The number 3 mullet seems to be the Agassi . Other common mullet sightings seem to be the Uncle Jesse and the Billy Ray. Off the top of my head, it seems as though there is only a slightly higher occurrence of mullets amongst the male species as women ;).

    BTW, the best website ever

  24. 24
    Kismet says:

    Ok, my links are fighting with me… but go to the link for the best website ever to see examples of the Agassi, Uncle Jesse, and Billy Ray ;)

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    Anne says:

    Isn’t Peter Decicco a founding member?

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