Are Mullets The New Craze In Louisiana?
Well you've gone and done it now Morgan Wallen! We love you brother, but why did you have to get so popular and bring back that blasted mullet?
Honestly, it's not all your fault Morgan. We all thought we looked cool when we had a mullet. I even had one myself, and sadly I kept it for nearly ten years.
Those of us who lived through the "Mullet Craze" of the late 1980's and 1990's never thought we'd see it resurfacing, but we were wrong!
Course, most of us never thought we would ever see the return of bell bottom pants and we got proved wrong about that as well.
Let's just face it, the old "business up front, party in the back" worst dude's doo ever, is making a return, and we're spotting more guys every where that are obviously brave and proud enough to wear it.
What could arguably be considered the worst hairstyle ever created is apparently the new/old thing hitting Louisiana and most all of the other southern states as well.
Girls Want to Play Too
It gets worse. Evidently, it's not just guys who think this was the best they could get from their neighborhood barber. Even girls are getting in on the action. Have you seen Miley Cyrus lately?
I'm not sure we should be surprised by that though. Wasn't her Dad, Billy Ray Cyrus responsible for all this to begin with?
The Illness Is Spreading
Not just girls are getting in on the action. The follicle faux paus has extended it's tentacles to kids as well.
To add insult to injury, the trend has even gone half way around the world, as Australia annually celebrates the doo that somewhat resembles a traumatic head injury with their "Mulletfest."
And did I mention that it's also front and center on social media? It's a fact! The Mullet has its own Pinterest page.
Next time you see someone brave enough to "do the doo", don't scoff at them or giggle behind their back. Take the high road. Offer them $25 for a new haircut.
Remember, when they looked in the mirror this morning, they really thought they looked good. Hey, at least they aren't wearing a double-knit leisure suit with their shirt unbuttoned and some gaudy gold chain hiding behind all their chest hair.