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"Third thoughts" about having a mullet?

I thought mullets were coming back in style! Thats what they told me. But fewer and fewer riders have them. In fact many people are shaving their heads? It takes a good year + to grow a mullet but I am having second and third thoughts?





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Don't be the trend, set the trend.

I keep telling my kids how cool I am but the rest of the world just isn't there yet.
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If you truly have a mullet get a pic taken with your Verseys and you in the same pic.

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If you truly have a mullet get a pic taken with your Verseys and you in the same pic.
Thank you Kern74! That is sound advice and I need to remember that!

Hawhshot99 I will post a pic sometime and yes I have a Mull and a 2010 V black and silver!





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I haven't changed in years (excepting hair color) and find that I go in and out of style on a regular basis. I have had two pony tails on the front of my face for decades (sometimes viking sometimes pirate). In fact when you look at my grandparent's wedding picture from 1918 I was at the height of fashion. I figure if they don't like the way I look I won't like the way they think.
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you know... MTS is serious about this... and I didn't realize that... till now...

so here's a link that may help the mullet heads amongst us...

it's called, "rate my mullet"... surprisingly...

http://www.ratemymullet.com/

lucky bastage is getting married though! Well, I can tell you, I use like a #2 blade and clip my hair very very short. It's convenient! what can I say? I don't like to sweat!

But every time I tell my lady friends that my short hair is "seck say"... they immediately say "no it's not"... I mean there's no hesitation there... none... at all...

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you know... MTS is serious about this... and I didn't realize that... till now...

so here's a link that may help the mullet heads amongst us...

it's called, "rate my mullet"... surprisingly...

http://www.ratemymullet.com/

lucky bastage is getting married though! Well, I can tell you, I use like a #2 blade and clip my hair very very short. It's convenient! what can I say? I don't like to sweat!

But every time I tell my lady friends that my short hair is "seck say"... they immediately say "no it's not"... I mean there's no hesitation there... none... at all...


Nice site! Dude do a mull! Chicks really do like them! Oh there is a few that always say they don't, but deep down I think they do!

I just think I'm ready for a change. I cute my big mull down to a mini mull and am thinking its time to let go! And a person gets older.





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Well it's not like chopping your foot off. Your hair will (maybe) grow back. However, you'll probably need to get a smaller helmet if you do go for the trim....
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Well it's not like chopping your foot off. Your hair will (maybe) grow back. However, you'll probably need to get a smaller helmet if you do go for the trim....
Excellent point! I'm going in next week and getting a normal hair cut! Good buy Mull!
Don't need a new helmet though and I hope this will deflate my ego and shrink my head. No more thinking I'm different or cool cause I have a Mull. That website showed how uncool it is! Its not the 80's and I'm not twenty anymore!

Thanks for all the feed back!





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Excellent point! I'm going in next week and getting a normal hair cut! Good buy Mull!
Don't need a new helmet though and I hope this will deflate my ego and shrink my head. No more thinking I'm different or cool cause I have a Mull. That website showed how uncool it is! Its not the 80's and I'm not twenty anymore!

Thanks for all the feed back!
hahaha ya got it brother without a Mull we're gonna need pic though... to verify
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Be glad you have enough hair to grow a mullet...some of use are follicley challenged...

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Be glad you have enough hair to grow a mullet...some of use are follicley challenged...
You are not follicley challenged, your aerodynamic.

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You are not follicley challenged, your aerodynamic.
That's what I tell my wife...

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