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Subject: The Ultimate Moustache Thread!

Written By: Rodog on 03/25/05 at 11:55 am

Will the infamous 80's MULLETS ever come back in style?

Any good personnal 80's mullet pics out there to share? Do you currently know someone with a mullet?


A few sites to enjoy...

http://www.mulletmadness.com/site.php

http://www.mulletsgalore.com/

http://www.mulletsgalore.com/classifications/01/

http://www.mullet.com/mullet-galore.asp

http://www.mulletlovers.com/


Mullet wigs/hats/tshirts

http://www.mulletjunky.com/



Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: sputnikcorp on 03/25/05 at 12:07 pm

i hope not.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Dave Brown on 03/25/05 at 12:17 pm


Will the infamous 80's MULLETS ever come back in style?

Any good personnal 80's mullet pics out there to share? Do you currently know someone with a mullet?


A few sites to enjoy...

http://www.mulletmadness.com/site.php

http://www.mulletsgalore.com/

http://www.mulletsgalore.com/classifications/01/

http://www.mullet.com/mullet-galore.asp

http://www.mulletlovers.com/


Mullet wigs/hats/tshirts

http://www.mulletjunky.com/





They are already back. My sister's got one.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: JamieMcBain on 03/25/05 at 12:33 pm

I hope not....  ::)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: bj26 on 03/25/05 at 12:42 pm

I think this dew's called a Fresh Fish Special        http://image.allmusic.com/00/amg/pic200/drP100/P133/P13314Y10NY.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Dave Brown on 03/25/05 at 12:46 pm


Naybe.....
        http://image.allmusic.com/00/amg/pic200/drP100/P133/P13314Y10NY.jpg


Naybe? Don't you mean Maybe?

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: JamieMcBain on 03/25/05 at 12:47 pm


Naybe.....
        http://image.allmusic.com/00/amg/pic200/drP100/P133/P13314Y10NY.jpg


Must.... not.... look at picture.... going blind fast!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  ::)  ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Rodog on 03/25/05 at 1:37 pm


They are already back. My sister's got one.



Thats scary, where I live, I see quite a few mullets lurking around, I actually had a poofy, medium lenght mullet in the 80's and also had a mini mullet with the side burns in 2002.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: bj26 on 03/25/05 at 3:17 pm


Must.... not.... look at picture.... going blind fast!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  ::)  ;D
  It's Robert Gordon, he used to be in the New York Dolls before he went punkabilly in the late 70s.  Elvis' old group were his back-ups and Link Wray was his guitarist, gordon had a beautiful baritone voice. Anyway, his hairstyle was called a fresh fish special.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Mr Tumnus on 03/25/05 at 3:22 pm


They are already back. My sister's got one.


Dave, you see that girl in your pic to the left..well my hair was identical to it in the 80's..very Dynasty/Dallas.

I got it cut last week and it's now like Doras off Follyfoot..a kinda short crop effort!!

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: AL-B on 03/25/05 at 7:47 pm

Best term I heard for a mullet was the "Missouri Compromise." ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: JamieMcBain on 03/25/05 at 8:36 pm


Best term I heard for a mullet was the "Missouri Compromise." ;D


My favorites.... business in the front....party at the back! and hockey hair.  ::)  ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: AL-B on 03/25/05 at 9:16 pm


My favorites.... business in the front....party at the back! and hockey hair.  ::)  ;D
Another one I heard was the "Kentucky Waterfall." ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: grandmasta on 03/31/05 at 12:32 am

I've already seen some

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: 80smuzikhead on 04/01/05 at 1:05 pm

Funny you should say that, because Andrew G, voted last year's Bachelor Of The Year in Australia, made the grade WITH a mullet:
http://au.i1.yimg.com/australianidol.aunz.yimg.com/2004/photos/host_andrewg.jpg
In the 80s, in Australia at least, everyone's favourite mullet belonged to Brian Mannix of the Uncanny X-Men:
http://www.geocities.com/the_sea_nymph/Brian2.jpg
Unfortunately, I don't have a recent pic to show you, but I did get to see the man himself twice in the past year and he's STILL got the mullet! :D
They are already back. My sister's got one.
Now forgive me, but I always thought that a girl with a mullet was a particularly tragic look.
http://www.mulletlovers.com/images/amurray.jpg
Dee :-*

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Todd Pettingzoo on 04/02/05 at 12:21 pm

Some mullets aren't bad, to me personally. I've heard the mullet is considered the worst haircut ever. I disagree. I think the afro is the worst haircut ever. But afros are considered hip in some circles for some reason. Also the worst type of mullet, is the one that looks like an afro with long hair, if you know the type.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: 80smuzikhead on 04/02/05 at 6:23 pm

You mean this type?
http://www.mulletsgalore.com/assets/images/classifications/09/frolet/jheri.jpghttp://www.mulletsgalore.com/assets/images/classifications/02/frolet.jpg
According to http://www.mulletsgalore.com/ it's called a frolet.
One of my best friends in highschool had what they call a permullet:
http://www.mulletsgalore.com/assets/images/classifications/02/red2.JPG
Sa-a-a-a-ad!!! ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Abercrombie86 on 04/02/05 at 6:58 pm

See the one on the bottom left? Thats the onlyone that should make a come-back.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Doc Brown on 04/02/05 at 7:00 pm

I must now go drink heavily to purge my memory of those pictures.
I once read in Tv Guide that only one TV character ever looked good in a mullet, and I still watch him.
Follow this link & you'll see his picture: http://www.uplinktech.net/macgyver/photo/mactank.html

Your Pal,
Doc

8)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Todd Pettingzoo on 04/02/05 at 7:06 pm


You mean this type?
http://www.mulletsgalore.com/assets/images/classifications/09/frolet/jheri.jpghttp://www.mulletsgalore.com/assets/images/classifications/02/frolet.jpg
According to http://www.mulletsgalore.com/ it's called a frolet.
One of my best friends in highschool had what they call a permullet:
http://www.mulletsgalore.com/assets/images/classifications/02/red2.JPG
Sa-a-a-a-ad!!! ;D


Yes. And another one I can think of right now, is the lead singer of REO Speedwagon, in that video for "I can't fight this Feeling"

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: JamieMcBain on 04/03/05 at 6:46 am


Yes. And another one I can think of right now, is the lead singer of REO Speedwagon, in that video for "I can't fight this Feeling"


Those are sray looking pictures!  ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Dave Brown on 04/03/05 at 6:51 am


Some mullets aren't bad, to me personally. I've heard the mullet is considered the worst haircut ever. I disagree. I think the afro is the worst haircut ever. But afros are considered hip in some circles for some reason. Also the worst type of mullet, is the one that looks like an afro with long hair, if you know the type.


Did George Lamond have a mullet?

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: 80smuzikhead on 05/03/05 at 5:22 pm

Well, it's official -cos my hairdresser told me- MULLETS ARE BACK!!!!! :o :o :o
And if that's not enough to convince you, just look what's happened to one of Australia's national icons:
http://network.news.com.au/image/0,10114,5004621,00.jpg
Yes folks, the picture that rocked the Logies and shocked the world: Thorpie oh Thorpie, what have you done to your hair? ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MarcDaShark on 05/03/05 at 5:50 pm

I'm sorry if anybody takes this as a racial slurr, (but don't worry because I am also white), but I think the mullet is the most ugliest, stupidest, white-trash haircut.  Only those weirdo retards who live in trailers wear them, and that's how it should stay.

I mourn the day that they come back.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: JamieMcBain on 05/03/05 at 8:04 pm

Nooooooooooooooooooooooooo! Mullets are back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  ::)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Climber on 05/03/05 at 10:07 pm

Dee Snider of Twisted Sister has a major mullet right now.  See this link:  http://www.deesnider.com/members/news.html

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: 80smuzikhead on 05/04/05 at 4:29 pm

Now that's a mullet!
http://www.deesnider.com/members/images/deesolo/DeeAARP.jpg
Dee Snider, still ugly -put some make-up on, sis! ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: 80smuzikhead on 05/04/05 at 4:42 pm


In the 80s, in Australia at least, everyone's favourite mullet belonged to Brian Mannix of the Uncanny X-Men:
http://www.geocities.com/the_sea_nymph/Brian2.jpg
Unfortunately, I don't have a recent pic to show you, but I did get to see the man himself twice in the past year and he's STILL got the mullet!

Here he is, snapped 22/4/05, what a be-ewdiful mullet! :D
http://www.geocities.com/the_sea_nymph/LittleBwian.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: 80smuzikhead on 06/13/05 at 4:33 pm

http://www.woodys-blog.com/hello/735382/1024/mullet-2005.04.01-12.37.55.jpghttp://www.mulletjunky.com/webimages/jesus.jpg
;D ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: quirky_cat_girl on 06/13/05 at 5:41 pm

ok....I don't think it has ever gone out of style for some people!!! LOL!  Ever check places like, county fairs, country music channels, or certain cities in PA? I don't think it has ever gone away!!


here's a picture that I found of the ultimate mullet family!




Erin :)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: BCRichrocker on 06/13/05 at 7:40 pm


ok....I don't think it has ever gone out of style for some people!!! LOL!  Ever check places like, county fairs, country music channels, or certain cities in PA? I don't think it has ever gone away!!


here's a picture that I found of the ultimate mullet family!




Erin :)


Looks like the kid had a mullet. But the rest of the family just had big hair from the '80s.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: quirky_cat_girl on 06/13/05 at 10:55 pm

yes.....who would put their child through that? LOL!



Erin :)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: BCRichrocker on 06/14/05 at 3:34 pm


yes.....who would put their child through that? LOL!



Erin :)


Really. Was it a girl or a boy?? LOL. I had long hair back in the day (being an '80s rocker) but my boys didn't have long hair when they were little. OK, I'll admit that my oldest son had a mullet at 2 (1992) but it didn't look anything like that. Just a little longer in the back than front. No hairspray though!!!

And, just IMO, mullets looked even worse on women than on men!!

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: 80smuzikhead on 06/25/05 at 11:01 pm

Mullets are popping up everywhere in Sydney -not just on the AFL footy field, or on the vacant looking dude you see, eating lunch at KFC, with his bewildered-looking wife and grubby kid. Even some reasonably trendy people I know are cultivating mullets. I'm afraid my hairdresser may have been right, mullets really are back!!! :o

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: TC1970 on 06/26/05 at 6:41 am

I live in Ohio. They never left. I giggle to myself when I pass somewone sporting a mullet. Needless to say, I do a lot of giggling.  :D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Kareoke Queen on 06/26/05 at 10:57 am


I live in Ohio. They never left. I giggle to myself when I pass somewone sporting a mullet. Needless to say, I do a lot of giggling.  :D


Even though some of the fashions from the 80's are back, I think the mullet should never have returned. It should be locked in the 80's and forgotten about.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Doc Brown on 06/26/05 at 12:06 pm

I had so hopeed they would all be burned with all the copies of Billy Ray Cyrus albums(I think he was the last guy whith a mullet to have a hit, fabircated as it was!)

Your Pal,
Doc

8)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Mullet-Head on 06/29/05 at 11:11 pm

Who here had the classic eighties haircut the Mullet. Short on top and long at the back

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Carrie on 06/30/05 at 2:45 am


Short on top and long at the back
"business in the front, party in the back"

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: ktelqueen on 06/30/05 at 2:56 am


"business in the front, party in the back"


haven't heard that in years  ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 06/30/05 at 5:57 am


Who here had the classic eighties haircut the Mullet. Short on top and long at the back
Not me!

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: GoodRedShirt on 06/30/05 at 5:58 am

I had the anti-mullet. (My word for it) Long on top, short at back.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: TC1970 on 06/30/05 at 5:59 am

no mullet but i did have the big permed hair.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Carrie on 06/30/05 at 10:16 am


I had the anti-mullet. (My word for it) Long on top, short at back.
Same here.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Mr Tumnus on 06/30/05 at 11:23 am


no mullet but i did have the big permed hair.


In the late 80's I had the long, biggish hair in the styles of the actresses in Dallas/Dynasty..
(well all us girlies tried to emulate Pammy and Sue Ellen in the glamour stakes)

;D  ;D

Personally I think the die straight centre partened hair has been done to the absolute death here in the uk.    ::)

BRING BACK BIG HAIR DO'S    ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: quirky_cat_girl on 06/30/05 at 1:00 pm

I never had a mullet....but my mom had that god-awful feathered hair...like short on top...feathered on the sides and a bit longer in the back...BARF!




Erin :)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: duranchick on 06/30/05 at 1:11 pm

I never had a mullet, but I did have really big hair.  (Can you say spiral perms???)  To make it worse I have really thick hair so it would take hours to wrap.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Carrie on 06/30/05 at 2:19 pm



Personally I think the die straight centre partened hair has been done to the absolute death here in the uk.    ::)

BRING BACK BIG HAIR DO'S    ;D
I agree. At least there was variety in the 80's. Not that I want those styles to come back, but that same look every teenage girl has is getting old.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 06/30/05 at 2:40 pm

I had a crewcut,not a mullet.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Mr Tumnus on 06/30/05 at 2:43 pm


I had a crewcut,not a mullet.


Here's a style were you have both!  ;D ;D

http://www.rafphotos.co.uk/1980s/tn-mull4.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 06/30/05 at 2:44 pm


Here's a style were you have both!   ;D ;D

http://www.rafphotos.co.uk/1980s/tn-mull4.jpg


That is the most ugliest hairstyle I've ever seen. ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Mr Tumnus on 06/30/05 at 2:46 pm

HAHAHAHAHA

The thing is he's quite an OK looking bloke - just cut those lengths of hair off will ya!!

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 06/30/05 at 2:52 pm

http://www.geocities.com/Hollywood/Boulevard/7648/mullette2.jpg


;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Mr Tumnus on 06/30/05 at 2:54 pm

LMAO ^  ;D  HAHAHAHHA  ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 06/30/05 at 3:07 pm

http://www.mulletshirts.com/i/pic5.jpg


;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 06/30/05 at 3:09 pm

http://www.imagefast.com/resources/freetime/images/fish/mullet_small.jpg
Mullet

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 06/30/05 at 3:11 pm


http://www.imagefast.com/resources/freetime/images/fish/mullet_small.jpg
Mullet



A fish? ???

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 06/30/05 at 3:13 pm



A fish? ???
Yes

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Mr Tumnus on 06/30/05 at 3:18 pm

Those posts above have me almost crying laughing  ;D ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 06/30/05 at 3:27 pm

who probably had the most famous mullet of the 80s?

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Mr Tumnus on 06/30/05 at 3:31 pm


who probably had the most famous mullet of the 80s?


LIMAHL?

http://www.limahl.co.uk/pics/pinups/popcorn.jpg

;D ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 06/30/05 at 3:33 pm


LIMAHL?

http://www.limahl.co.uk/pics/pinups/popcorn.jpg

;D ;D
How about that chap from Flock of Seagulls?

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Carrie on 06/30/05 at 4:17 pm

Go to http://www.mulletjunky.com/
There is a menu at the top with albino, child, femullets, etc. Click on them... there are some really funny pictures along with commentary.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Paul on 06/30/05 at 5:12 pm

Yep...I had one...

Not a full-blown top of the range model like young Limahl had, but it certainly fit the description nonetheless...

And I had 'highlights' put in too! What a tart!

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: JamieMcBain on 06/30/05 at 9:02 pm

Thankfully.... no.  ::)  ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Mr Tumnus on 07/01/05 at 7:20 am


Yep...I had one...

Not a full-blown top of the range model like young Limahl had, but it certainly fit the description nonetheless...

And I had 'highlights' put in too!What a tart!



http://www.limahl.co.uk/pics/frontcovers/inrock_vol16_jun84.jpg

Like this??



Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 07/01/05 at 2:58 pm

http://www.mulletjunky.com/grafix/wiglightbig.jpg

;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: quirky_cat_girl on 07/01/05 at 3:14 pm

oh my lord....is that for real??? hahahahaha!



Erin :)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 07/01/05 at 3:16 pm


oh my lord....is that for real??? hahahahaha!



Erin :)



No Erin,That's a mullet wig. ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: quirky_cat_girl on 07/01/05 at 3:17 pm



No Erin,That's a mullet wig. ;D




bhahahahaahah....I was gonna say.....I mean, that looks worse than a real one....indeed!! LOL! ;D




Erin :)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Mr Tumnus on 07/01/05 at 3:18 pm

;D  HAHAHAHA

It would be so funny to see it blow off his head in a strong gust, and he had to run after it!   ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 07/01/05 at 3:19 pm

I would like to wear one of those wigs.My hair is thinning. ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 07/01/05 at 3:20 pm

http://www.costumeholidayhouse.com/Costume/Wigs/thumbs/813-09-34w_small.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: quirky_cat_girl on 07/01/05 at 3:21 pm


;D  HAHAHAHA

It would be so funny to see it blow off his head in a strong gust, and he had to run after it!   ;D



OMG!!!! ;D ;D  That would be SO hilarious!!!!


"Oh.......I lost my mullet.....it flew down 5th ave....has anybody seen it?" LOL!!!!



Erin :)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: quirky_cat_girl on 07/01/05 at 3:21 pm


http://www.costumeholidayhouse.com/Costume/Wigs/thumbs/813-09-34w_small.jpg



OMG....a mullet wig and hillbilly teeth to boot.....doesn't get anymore redneck than that, eh?  LOLLOLOL ;D



Erin :)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 07/01/05 at 3:22 pm

My Case Manager is sporting a Mullet. ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Mr Tumnus on 07/01/05 at 3:22 pm



OMG!!!! ;D ;D  That would be SO hilarious!!!!


"Oh.......I lost my mullet.....it flew down 5th ave....has anybody seen it?" LOL!!!!



Erin :)

HAHAHAHAHAHA

Imagine the scene    ;D ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: quirky_cat_girl on 07/01/05 at 3:23 pm

have you ever had the notion of going up to someone who is sporting a mullet....and give it a little tug??  I have always wanted to do that!



LOLOLOLOLOL ;D ;D



Erin :)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 07/01/05 at 3:24 pm

http://www.ratemymullet.com/mullets242/70.jpg


Rate His Mullet ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: quirky_cat_girl on 07/01/05 at 3:25 pm


HAHAHAHAHAHA

Imagine the scene    ;D ;D




the mullet would be flying through the streets....people would be jumping out of it's way......protecting their children from the flying fashion faux pas  LOL!



Erin :)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 07/01/05 at 3:26 pm




the mullet would be flying through the streets....people would be jumping out of it's way......protecting their children from the flying fashion faux pas  LOL!



Erin :)



It would be like an animal running through the streets. ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Mr Tumnus on 07/01/05 at 3:26 pm




the mullet would be flying through the streets....people would be jumping out of it's way......protecting their children from the flying fashion faux pas  LOL!



Erin :)


..then suddenly it get's tangled up on a car bumper and vanishes outa sight     ;D  ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 07/01/05 at 3:27 pm

http://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/1330000/images/_1334795_prescott300.jpg
Not exactly clear, but Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott, insisted he was defending himself when he punched a mullet bearing protester who pelted him with an egg as he arrived for a speech in north Wales, durung the election campaign in 2001.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Mr Tumnus on 07/01/05 at 3:29 pm



It would be like an animal running through the streets. ;D


or one of those bushes rolling along a dusty dry desert  ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: quirky_cat_girl on 07/01/05 at 3:31 pm

hahhahaahaa.....wouldn't it be funny if people got their dogs hair to look like a mullet?


LOL!!!



Erin :)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 07/01/05 at 3:32 pm

Why not a mullet bearing mullet?

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: quirky_cat_girl on 07/01/05 at 3:34 pm


or one of those bushes rolling along a dusty dry desert   ;D




hahahahaaha.....yes..I can so see it resembling tumbleweed!!! LOL!



haahahahaha ;D ;D


Erin :)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 07/01/05 at 3:44 pm

A doggie mullet? ::)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Paul on 07/01/05 at 4:23 pm



http://www.limahl.co.uk/pics/frontcovers/inrock_vol16_jun84.jpg

Like this??


No, mine were done more subtly...

Mind you, I did try to copy Limahl's 'come hither' heavy-eyelid look - but everyone said I either looked half-drunk, stoned, or needed a good night's sleep...

You can't win 'em all...

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: 80smuzikhead on 07/01/05 at 4:28 pm




the mullet would be flying through the streets....people would be jumping out of it's way......protecting their children from the flying fashion faux pas  LOL!



Erin :)

Kinda like what Julien Cope sang about in "World, Shut Your Mouth"....flying in the face of fashion! ;D
But seriously, how did the mullet gets it's name? I mean even if you turn the fish up the right way, it only bears a very slight resemblance.http://www.imagefast.com/resources/freetime/images/fish/mullet_small.jpg
Personally, I never had a mullet, but I did cut one during my 1st year of hairdressing (1992!) which  is just as bad, I suppose. I thought it really suited the guy in question, who had the most beautiful thick, wavy red hair. His father, however, took one look at him, told him he looked like a "poof" and gave him a no.2 all over! :\'(
The worst mullet I ever saw belonged to a girl in my class at school (1988-89.) Her thick hair fell all the way down to her bum at the back, but was short, spikey and sort of centre-parted at the front -BLLLGGHHH!

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: TC1970 on 07/01/05 at 7:59 pm

I gave a mullet haircuit today!  The guy was about 50 years old, all grey and balding on top. ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Carrie on 07/01/05 at 8:01 pm


I gave a mullet haircuit today!   The guy was about 50 years old, all grey and balding on top. ;D
Ahhh, a "skullet". Don't you just cringe when you have to give bad haircuts?  ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: TC1970 on 07/01/05 at 8:06 pm


Ahhh, a "skullet". Don't you just cringe when you have to give bad haircuts?  ;D


Yep!  ;D.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: BCRichrocker on 07/01/05 at 8:51 pm


The worst mullet I ever saw belonged to a girl in my class at school (1988-89.) Her thick hair fell all the way down to her bum at the back, but was short, spikey and sort of centre-parted at the front -BLLLGGHHH!


That sounds bad, really bad. Mullets on women are the worst!!

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: idiotgoddess on 07/01/05 at 9:00 pm

I didn't & never would, but I now live in Wisconsin, where the style is QUITE alive. (sigh)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: RockandRollFan on 07/01/05 at 9:06 pm

This is as close as I ever came to having one....



Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Mr Tumnus on 07/02/05 at 2:40 am


Kinda like what Julien Cope sang about in "World, Shut Your Mouth"....flying in the face of fashion! ;D
But seriously, how did the mullet gets it's name? I mean even if you turn the fish up the right way, it only bears a very slight resemblance.http://www.imagefast.com/resources/freetime/images/fish/mullet_small.jpg
Personally, I never had a mullet, but I did cut one during my 1st year of hairdressing (1992!) which  is just as bad, I suppose. I thought it really suited the guy in question, who had the most beautiful thick, wavy red hair. His father, however, took one look at him, told him he looked like a "poof" and gave him a no.2 all over! :\'(
The worst mullet I ever saw belonged to a girl in my class at school (1988-89.) Her thick hair fell all the way down to her bum at the back, but was short, spikey and sort of centre-parted at the front -BLLLGGHHH!


Perhaps in prehistoric days it was the first fish to sport a mullet hairdo??    ;D ;D

  http://www.newcastle-arts-centre.co.uk/BilythefishSM.jpg

BillytheFish sporting mullet.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 07/02/05 at 3:14 am

Is there a mullet forum?

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: 80smuzikhead on 07/02/05 at 7:39 am


Is there a mullet forum?

Found one! :D
http://www.tigeru.com/ftopicp-24833.html

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 07/02/05 at 8:20 am


Found one! :D
http://www.tigeru.com/ftopicp-24833.html
Oh dear!

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 07/02/05 at 8:20 am

Bono sported a mullet for Live Aid back in 1985

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 07/02/05 at 1:47 pm

http://www.mulletjunky.com/webimages/dyke.jpg


The lesbian dyke mullet ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Mr Tumnus on 07/02/05 at 1:52 pm


http://www.mulletjunky.com/webimages/dyke.jpg


The lesbian dyke mullet ;D


http://www.inthe00s.com/index.php/board,4/topic,11139.64.html

HAHAHAHA - The Mucho-Macho hair do

That's bloody scary    :o

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 07/02/05 at 1:59 pm


http://www.inthe00s.com/index.php/board,4/topic,11139.64.html

HAHAHAHA - The Mucho-Macho hair do

That's bloody scary    :o



Especially when you have a woman sporting the look. :P

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: quirky_cat_girl on 07/02/05 at 4:07 pm


http://www.mulletjunky.com/webimages/dyke.jpg


The lesbian dyke mullet ;D




that is one of the most insane, ugly hairdos I have ever seen!!! :o


Erin :)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Mr Tumnus on 07/02/05 at 4:13 pm

^ It's like

"I just can't decide which style I'd like - I kinda like it long but I'd also like a crew-cut too - oh to Hell with it -  I'll just have BOTH!!"   ;D ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: quirky_cat_girl on 07/02/05 at 4:13 pm

OMG...I just have the biggest urge just to take a pair of scissors and snip the back off!!!!  Even it out a bit!! LOL!



Erin :)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: RockandRollFan on 07/02/05 at 5:43 pm

Since MY picture got NO reply...I'll post this :D



Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: quirky_cat_girl on 07/02/05 at 8:11 pm


Since MY picture got NO reply...I'll post this :D






is that a man...or a very ugly woman?



Erin :)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Paul on 07/04/05 at 7:10 am

Yes, I know it's a hat...but d'you suppose this may have been where Limahl got his ideas from?

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 07/04/05 at 10:52 am


Since MY picture got NO reply...I'll post this :D




Does she have a mullet? ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MetalManiac on 07/11/05 at 12:26 pm

I've had a few dweebs tell me I've got a mullet...I don't think so, this pic was from '93 I think. Yeah, not much changes LOL! Still the same, just a lot longer now.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 07/11/05 at 4:43 pm


I've had a few dweebs tell me I've got a mullet...I don't think so, this pic was from '93 I think. Yeah, not much changes LOL! Still the same, just a lot longer now.



Wow,Cool MM were you in some kind of band? :)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MetalManiac on 07/11/05 at 5:55 pm

Jammed with friends a lot and to records. Las time I got them out my fingers forgot how to move-not that I was any George Lynch but I couldn't even keep up with Lita Ford and back then I was jamming along to King Diamond CD's. It was humid nights like this we'd have a cooler full of beer and be rockin' out, sweating out a*ses off till we were ready to drop. I wonder if I tried that at 37 if I'd end up in the ER ??? >:(

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 07/11/05 at 6:39 pm


Jammed with friends a lot and to records. Las time I got them out my fingers forgot how to move-not that I was any George Lynch but I couldn't even keep up with Lita Ford and back then I was jamming along to King Diamond CD's. It was humid nights like this we'd have a cooler full of beer and be rockin' out, sweating out a*ses off till we were ready to drop. I wonder if I tried that at 37 if I'd end up in the ER ??? >:(


Do you still have a mullet?

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MetalManiac on 07/11/05 at 8:15 pm

Was that a mullet? I never thought it was. My buddy Jay had one...very short on the top & sides and shoulder length in back. He was a CPA by day,  fronted a rock band by night.

But yeah, I've still got the same style, just growing the front longer now.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Mullet-Head on 07/11/05 at 8:27 pm


i have a "Mushroom" haircut which first gained popularity in the late 80's/ early 90's


I believe the Mushroom haircut was first sported by Terry Hall when he left the Specials and joined Fun Boy Three. I believe early Banana Rama made an appearence on this record .

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 07/12/05 at 3:57 pm


Was that a mullet? I never thought it was. My buddy Jay had one...very short on the top & sides and shoulder length in back. He was a CPA by day,  fronted a rock band by night.

But yeah, I've still got the same style, just growing the front longer now.



Would it happen to have a little gray on top?  ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MetalManiac on 07/12/05 at 7:37 pm



Would it happen to have a little gray on top?  ;D


Umm, nope...the blond hides it well  8) I noticed my first grey at 23, but have been bleaching it since I was 21. Maybe I should stop...I may be paying for nothing  ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 07/13/05 at 4:26 pm


Umm, nope...the blond hides it well  8) I noticed my first grey at 23, but have been bleaching it since I was 21. Maybe I should stop...I may be paying for nothing  ;D



Eventually,the bleach will fade away and you're going to wind up gray for good. ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: smurfette 101 on 07/19/05 at 6:46 pm

i was 16 in the year of 1987, i had the blonde sprial rap hair it was beautiful, but it was not big and puffy, a little featherd to the bangs, thats what i had, and lots of boyfriends too. :)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MetalManiac on 07/20/05 at 2:13 pm



Eventually,the bleach will fade away and you're going to wind up gray for good. ;D


Not if I can help it. hehehe. Actually, wasn't there a very short period that some were dying their hair grey. I never understood that.  :o

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 07/20/05 at 4:25 pm


Not if I can help it. hehehe. Actually, wasn't there a very short period that some were dying their hair grey. I never understood that.  :o




How long do you think you're going to keep on dying your hair? ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Mushroom on 07/20/05 at 4:30 pm

Actually, during that time, I was already in the Marines, so I had like no hair.  3" was the longest allowed, and could not extend below the ears, evenly tapered up the back.  I had that from 1983-1993.

Of course, since then I have started to grow it long.  Starting in 1998, I would routinely grow my hair until it reaches the middle of my back (or longer), then get it all cut off.  My last 2 haircuts were in June 2004 and November 2000.  SO when everybody else was wearing them long, I had mine short.  And now that short hair is back in, I routinely grow it long.

I expect my next haircut to be sometime in late 2006 or 2007.  By that time, it should be down to my lower back again (it is just now long enough to pull the front into a ponytail in the back, and is lower in the back then my shoulder blade).

If anybody here is puzzled at this, check out the following link.  It is an awesome program that I support fully.  I am growing my hair now for my 4th donation.  :)

http://www.locksoflove.org/

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MetalManiac on 07/20/05 at 5:52 pm




How long do you think you're going to keep on dying your hair? ;D


I dunno. I've been bleaching it for about 17, 18 years. There's a lot of grey on what little sideburns I have and at times I wonder why I go thorugh the expense but it's such a blast from the past, I can't let it go. It's been such a part of me for so long now. If I ever have to cut it short I'll stop bleachaing it & will dye it back to my natural colour (brown). I hate bleached blond on short hair. Just a personal preference but I think it looks awful on dudes with short hair.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 07/21/05 at 4:59 pm


I dunno. I've been bleaching it for about 17, 18 years. There's a lot of grey on what little sideburns I have and at times I wonder why I go thorugh the expense but it's such a blast from the past, I can't let it go. It's been such a part of me for so long now. If I ever have to cut it short I'll stop bleachaing it & will dye it back to my natural colour (brown). I hate bleached blond on short hair. Just a personal preference but I think it looks awful on dudes with short hair.


So,in other words,you're still a hippie? ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MetalManiac on 07/21/05 at 6:39 pm


So,in other words,you're still a hippie? ;D


Umm...err....Yeah...sumpthin' like that  ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: 1993 on 03/16/06 at 9:58 pm

I'm pretty certain the goatee is something that returned exclusively in the 90's, I don't remember it ever being popular in the 80's. In the 70's and 60's you had some long, shaggy growths, but usually they were moustache's, full beards, or the fu man chu stache...not goatees. The 20's-30's-40's-50's were all super clean shaven for the most part. I believe Taft was the last President to even have facial hair. So the goatee came back from an era pre dates even the 1900's.

The mullet is sort of a tweener in my eye. It wasn't popular early 80's, crept into the culture in the mid to late 80's. I think it probably reached its peak around 89-90 when boys would actually grow "rat tails" down the back. Imagine a crew cut with a long rat tail down between the shoulder blades...I saw it all. Mullets were still acceptable probably up until 1994, I even remember seeing some in 1995, but by then the longish bowl haircut with the part down the middle started to take command.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Donnie Darko on 03/16/06 at 11:14 pm

Mullets: Late '70s - 1994
Goatees: Early/Mid '90s - early/mid '00s

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Marty McFly on 03/17/06 at 2:55 am

I think mullets started getting popular around 1982, but you're right, the late '80s always seemed more synonymous with them (i.e. people often rag on Richard Marx - who peaked around 1987-91 - for having a mullet and being a "soft rocker"). ;D

"Straight" mustaches (i.e. think Alex Trebek on Jeopardy, until he shaved it off recently) do seem like an '80s thing. Alof of guys had them, especially without having any other kind of facial hair.

I'd also agree on goatees.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: twistedwarp on 03/17/06 at 7:52 pm

lmao at mullets being 90's things... there like 80's things and goatees they are still around but not as much ..

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: whistledog on 03/17/06 at 8:15 pm

I once got in an argument with a guy over at The 80s Server who was convinced that Mullets were a 90's thing.  They date back to the 70's, and I even gave him proof, but he still wouldn't believe ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Chris MegatronTHX on 03/18/06 at 12:25 am


I'm pretty certain the goatee is something that returned exclusively in the 90's, I don't remember it ever being popular in the 80's. In the 70's and 60's you had some long, shaggy growths, but usually they were moustache's, full beards, or the fu man chu stache...not goatees. The 20's-30's-40's-50's were all super clean shaven for the most part. I believe Taft was the last President to even have facial hair. So the goatee came back from an era pre dates even the 1900's.

The mullet is sort of a tweener in my eye. It wasn't popular early 80's, crept into the culture in the mid to late 80's. I think it probably reached its peak around 89-90 when boys would actually grow "rat tails" down the back. Imagine a crew cut with a long rat tail down between the shoulder blades...I saw it all. Mullets were still acceptable probably up until 1994, I even remember seeing some in 1995, but by then the longish bowl haircut with the part down the middle started to take command.


The people who had those kind of hairstyles generally came from a redneck culture.  They didn't care if they were wearing a 1982 hairstlye in 1995.   

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: velvetoneo on 03/18/06 at 2:31 pm

The '70s were the moustache decade, every guy in the '70s tried a moustache at least once (including my father, yuck, old college pictures of him) and even a beard. They sort of went out except for the Prince-style moustache in the '80s, never to really come back. Mullets are very '80s, though they survived to the early '90s and rednecks still wear that hairstyle. Goatees always struck me as a late-1991+ sort of thing that died c. 2002.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Windbreaker05 on 03/18/06 at 4:20 pm

Goatees are still alive and well.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: lorac614 on 03/18/06 at 4:23 pm

I guess you haven't been to the South lately, because the mullet is stillbeing worn by quite a few males...and some females down here.  

I guess to me the mullet was most popular in the mid 80's.  

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: deadrockstar on 03/19/06 at 12:26 am

Goatee's are actually quite trendy for guys in their late teens and 20s right now.  A lot of people have the small goatee sans mustache now.

As for mullets... I always thought of them as 70s/80s. :o

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: bbigd04 on 03/19/06 at 12:32 am

Never saw mullets around here in the '90s at all really, maybe a little bit in the early '90s.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: deadrockstar on 03/19/06 at 12:36 am


Never saw mullets around here in the '90s at all really, maybe a little bit in the early '90s.


Same here, basically.  I can remember seeing a few people with the mullet in the early 90s when I was a little kid, but not beyond that.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Watcher29 on 03/20/06 at 7:56 am


Goatees are still alive and well.


Yep. I've got one, and so far no one has given me any crap about it.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Donnie Darko on 03/23/06 at 5:27 pm


Never saw mullets around here in the '90s at all really, maybe a little bit in the early '90s.


I think of them as a pre-1994 thing.  The honest-to-God 1990s styles really began in 1994 with the Rachel cut and flooding of tattoos and body piercings, the '00s styles such as the Emo style, hoop earrings and shaggy hair didn't really begin until 2004ish.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: velvetoneo on 03/23/06 at 7:01 pm


I think of them as a pre-1994 thing.  The honest-to-God 1990s styles really began in 1994 with the Rachel cut and flooding of tattoos and body piercings, the '00s styles such as the Emo style, hoop earrings and shaggy hair didn't really begin until 2004ish.


I think it was more the second half of 2003 that I really started noticing the '00s styles.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Donnie Darko on 03/23/06 at 7:02 pm


I think it was more the second half of 2003 that I really started noticing the '00s styles.


Yeah I'd say so.  The '90s hairstyles are pretty dead, among "cooler" people.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: velvetoneo on 03/23/06 at 7:19 pm


Yeah I'd say so.  The '90s hairstyles are pretty dead, among "cooler" people.


You still see people from about 25-40 sporting it pretty frequently, though.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Todd Pettingzoo on 03/25/06 at 7:03 am

Looking back at old TV shows, mullets still seemed very popular in the early 90's, and lots of pro wrestlers still had mullets in the mid/late 90's.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Chris MegatronTHX on 03/25/06 at 8:39 am


I think of them as a pre-1994 thing.  The honest-to-God 1990s styles really began in 1994 with the Rachel cut and flooding of tattoos and body piercings, the '00s styles such as the Emo style, hoop earrings and shaggy hair didn't really begin until 2004ish.


That John Lennon, 60s hippie shaggy hair look that a lot of teenage boys are wearing?  Yeah, that seems pretty recent, like 2004 at the earliest.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Chris MegatronTHX on 03/25/06 at 8:45 am


You still see people from about 25-40 sporting it pretty frequently, though.


What would be an exclusively 90s style though? 

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: danootaandme on 03/25/06 at 8:57 am


You still see people from about 25-40 sporting it pretty frequently, though.


Looking rather foolish  ::)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: velvetoneo on 03/25/06 at 11:24 am


What would be an exclusively 90s style though? 


The Rachel haircut, the Mariah spiral perm, the "Gumby" haircut (screams early '90s, watch In Living Color), spiked hair with little blonde stuff for teen guys, the Kurt haircut.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Donnie Darko on 03/25/06 at 1:56 pm


That John Lennon, 60s hippie shaggy hair look that a lot of teenage boys are wearing?  Yeah, that seems pretty recent, like 2004 at the earliest.


Yeah, exactly.  It's such a 2005 look, based on what I've seen in movies and TV shows from the '90s nobody was wearing that.
The hoop earrings are also extremely common, I mean most '80s comebacks are really half-assed but those things are everywhere right now.


What would be an exclusively 90s style though?  


Backwards baseball caps.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: velvetoneo on 03/25/06 at 10:17 pm


Yeah, exactly.  It's such a 2005 look, based on what I've seen in movies and TV shows from the '90s nobody was wearing that.
The hoop earrings are also extremely common, I mean most '80s comebacks are really half-assed but those things are everywhere right now.

Backwards baseball caps.


Flannel
Giant Neon-Colored Sunglasses
M.C. Hammer Pants and Pants That Buckle Up the Side
Scrunchies and the "Messy Bun"
Those Little Shorts
Butterfly Clips

As I've said before, the '80s comeback is really more ethos and zeitgeist than direct plagiarism, like the '70s comeback in the '90s.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Chris MegatronTHX on 03/26/06 at 7:29 am


Yeah, exactly.  It's such a 2005 look, based on what I've seen in movies and TV shows from the '90s nobody was wearing that.
The hoop earrings are also extremely common, I mean most '80s comebacks are really half-assed but those things are everywhere right now.


That long shaggy hair is a total late 60s-70s, even very early 80s look.  That's a style I never really thought would come back in fashion, because as cool as it can look, when it goes out of style it looks absolutely ridiculous.  Kinda like the big afro that Black men sometimes wear.  In one way it can look really cool, but it has the potential of looking really stupid when it becomes old school.  It doesn't date very well.


Backwards baseball caps.


I think people can still wear this for comfort sake.  Not necessarily as the fashion statement "hey I'm a bad ass" that it used to be. 

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Donnie Darko on 03/26/06 at 3:36 pm


That long shaggy hair is a total late 60s-70s, even very early 80s look.  That's a style I never really thought would come back in fashion, because as cool as it can look, when it goes out of style it looks absolutely ridiculous.  Kinda like the big afro that Black men sometimes wear.  In one way it can look really cool, but it has the potential of looking really stupid when it becomes old school.  It doesn't date very well.

I think people can still wear this for comfort sake.  Not necessarily as the fashion statement "hey I'm a bad ass" that it used to be. 


Yeah it's definitely a '60s and '70s style, come back, I'm guessing because of the retro indie kids.

As for backwards basecall caps, yeah I see them every once in a while.  They're definitely not a fashion statement anymore, but yeah you still can without getting a lot of looks, it's just not any cooler (in fact, probably less cool) than wearing it sideways.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Marty McFly on 03/26/06 at 4:44 pm

^ Surprisingly, I still do see quite a few people wearing backwards baseball hats out in public, from various ages too (I'd say, like no younger than 15 though, and alot of late 20/early 30s). But from my observation, it's certainly in a very "mainstream" looking sense - guys in the mall, at the grocery store or just walking around the neighborhood. I'd say it's not a "Hood" thing anymore.

Then again, I never really did it much, even in 1994 when everyone else did, so I could be wrong.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: velvetoneo on 03/26/06 at 7:19 pm


^ Surprisingly, I still do see quite a few people wearing backwards baseball hats out in public, from various ages too (I'd say, like no younger than 15 though, and alot of late 20/early 30s). But from my observation, it's certainly in a very "mainstream" looking sense - guys in the mall, at the grocery store or just walking around the neighborhood. I'd say it's not a "Hood" thing anymore.

Then again, I never really did it much, even in 1994 when everyone else did, so I could be wrong.


I wore a backwards baseball cap pretty frequently when I was like 4-8 in the '90s, which is like 1994-1998. I still see it, but it's nowhere near as prevalent as it was. Now, the thing seems to be to wear one forwards and slightly cocked upwards.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Ryan112390 on 05/29/09 at 5:50 pm

I know it might be embarassing to admit, but who of you here had a mullet in the early-mid 90s?

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Samwise on 05/29/09 at 6:36 pm

Not me! I had a rat tail! And no one will ever find that hairstyle hilariously ugly, nor will it ever be the butt of jokes!

I was young and had no fashion sense. Lay off me, dammit.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: ladybug316 on 05/29/09 at 6:59 pm

Better still, if you did have a mullet, please post some pictures.  You people are my comic relief, remember.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Frank on 05/29/09 at 11:43 pm

Not me, but friends of mine did.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: 80sfan on 05/30/09 at 9:32 pm

By brother had a rat tail also!  8) He was soooooooooo cool!

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: JamieMcBain on 06/02/09 at 2:19 pm

Not me.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: La Roche on 06/02/09 at 2:47 pm

Up until last year. Ya'll got a problem with that... speak in to the 10 gauge.  ;)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: batfan2005 on 06/02/09 at 9:32 pm

What about the Michael Bolton, Rico Suave, or Fabio haircut (the long curly hair)? I also remember the bowl cuts that were in style in the early 90's.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Ryan112390 on 09/28/09 at 9:23 pm

When, in the 1990s, did you first notice mullets
and when in the '90s did they begin to get their bad reputation?
And why? I mean usually fashion trends come and go without much criticism but the mullet is generally reviled by most.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: whistledog on 09/28/09 at 10:05 pm

January 1, 1990 was when I first noticed mullets in the 90s :P




(Mullets were around in the 80s, and in some form, date as far back as the 60s)


Florence Henderson (circa 1973)
http://z.hubpages.com/u/520210_f120.jpg

David Bowie (circa 1973)
http://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/600000/images/_601992_ziggy.gif

Paul McCartney (circa 1974)
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_A3CZmkLo5mw/ShSjMnbZ3BI/AAAAAAAAGZY/zwxboRm5Ctk/s400/paul_mccartney_mullet_3.jpg

Stuart Wood and Eric Faulkner (circa 1974)
http://www.raisingkids.co.uk/talk/uploads/1/woody.jpg http://www.1963records.com/bay_city_rollers/eric_faulkner/eric_faulkner_02.jpg

Bono (circa 1985)
http://files.fluctuat.net/images/b/o/bono-mullet-1.jpg

Brian Bosworth (circa 1988)
http://www.repmanblog.com/repman/images/brian_bosworth_1.jpg

Pat Sharpe (circa 1989)
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_owxzwOq_eYk/SrKL0MzgBNI/AAAAAAAAACI/aSV1m-wX8QY/s400/PAT+SHARP.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: 90steen on 09/28/09 at 10:44 pm

;D
Noticed them pretty much since the beginning of my memory. As far as the bad reputation goes, I'd say 8th grade is when they went out? 93/94.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: JamieMcBain on 09/29/09 at 10:01 am

Bono really rocked the mullet!

;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: AL-B Mk. III on 09/29/09 at 1:52 pm

Mainly speculation on my part, but I think it was Billy Ray Cyrus (and the subsequent backlash against him) what killed the mullet.

http://indianapolis.metromix.com/content_image/full/1257281/560/370

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Timmeh on 10/20/09 at 10:54 am

I shamefully admit that I had one in '91 and so did my younger brother. I was 8 and it was cool so who can blame me? By '93 I think it was pretty much uncool to have one and luckily I didn't have one since late '91 or so.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Todd Pettingzoo on 10/20/09 at 1:58 pm

I don't even think I heard of the word mullet until like 2000. I found out what the word meant in 2001/2002. I guess I was too slow to catch on.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Ryan112390 on 02/18/10 at 7:31 pm

Is it me or to be a man in the '80s you had to have a mustache at some point--I mean from Tom Selleck to Burt Reynolds to Billy Dee Williams to Frank Zappa, hell down even to Freddie Mercury, it seems having a mustache was a pretty big thing in the '80s both among straight and gay men. I don't think unlike head hair, a particular form of facial hair even really became as big as the mustache was in the mid 70s throughout the 80s, until the rise of the goatee in the mid-late 90s.

So for guys: Did you or anyone you know have a mustache in the 80s?
And for girls: Do any of you like a solo mustache on a man?>

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: whistledog on 02/18/10 at 8:17 pm


Is it me or to be a man in the '80s you had to have a mustache at some point


So are you saying that a guy who didn't have a mustache in the 80s was a woman ???

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: apollonia1986 on 02/18/10 at 8:42 pm

I'm a girl, and to be honest, I don't really fancy a mustache on any man, The only person I ever liked a mustace on was Marlon Jackson. Back in the 80s he had a really great, think pencil mustache that was soooooo sexy.  :-*

http://i49.tinypic.com/35d5m60.jpg

If this was 1987, I'd jump for that in a minute.  ;D Hot!

He has these really big, plump juicy lips (way better than LL Cool J's) and that little strip of hair on the top lips frames them just perfectly.


8)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Midas on 02/18/10 at 10:52 pm

My stepdad had a mustache in the 80s :D  Probably some other family members too. 
I would either grow a beard or goatee, but that wasn't until the 90s.
My brother-in-law sported a mustache in 2008 and looked like Luigi from Mario Bros. :D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Davester on 02/18/10 at 11:04 pm


So are you saying that a guy who didn't have a mustache in the 80s was a woman ???


  That's what it sounds like to me...

  Also, I had a mustache during my senior year of high school and for awhile in the early '90s.  Every job I've held, with the exception of my current, has had a no facial hair policy...

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: apollonia1986 on 02/18/10 at 11:34 pm

I've never heard of a no hair policiy. Gosh, I think as long as you don't look like Chewbacca, it would be alright, I mean I've had doctors  and really professional people who have had the Kenny Loggins look and not once did I doubt them.  :)

I thought the only places with mo hair policies would be like food service and maybe the adult film industry. LOL.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Davester on 02/19/10 at 12:53 am


I've never heard of a no hair policiy. Gosh, I think as long as you don't look like Chewbacca, it would be alright, I mean I've had doctors  and really professional people who have had the Kenny Loggins look and not once did I doubt them.  :)

I thought the only places with mo hair policies would be like food service and maybe the adult film industry. LOL.


  Close.  I've found myself working in the food industry for many years, not by choice but by circumstance - i.e. "a paycheck is a paycheck".  Not service, but manufacturing and distribution.  General Mills did not allow facial hair. Period.  C&H allows it on the condition you wear a net.  We have to wear hair nets in any case.  FDA requires it.  It's a product contamination issue.  A job I worked for a few years at an oil refinery didn't allow facial hair because of the dangers of flash fires catching your face on fire.  Another rule was "no synthetic clothes on the job".  No rayons, nylons, polyesters, &etc.  The concern was in the event of a flash fire cottons will merely burn.  Synthetics will melt onto your body and into your skin.  Your skin and your clothes will become one...

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: CatwomanofV on 02/19/10 at 8:00 am

My husband has a mustache.



Cat

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: gibbo on 02/19/10 at 3:25 pm

I sported a mustache in the early 80's. I started with a full beard and mustache and later on shaved to just the mustache. It was off and on for several years... :-\\

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: amjikloviet on 02/19/10 at 6:42 pm


lol.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: whistledog on 02/19/10 at 9:52 pm


lol.


http://www.gifbin.com/bin/1234778541_lol.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: gibbo on 02/19/10 at 11:58 pm


http://www.gifbin.com/bin/1234778541_lol.jpg


Wow...you just lolled me into a false sense of security!!!  ;) :D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: whistledog on 02/20/10 at 7:59 pm


Wow...you just lolled me into a false sense of security!!!  ;) :D


;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: apollonia1986 on 02/20/10 at 8:42 pm

I don't really like kissing men with mustaches. My boyfriend sports the Prince goatee from time to time, depending on his mood and it annoys the hell out of me because he wants to kiss on me like he just busted out of prison after a 20 year stretch with that thing prickling my skin.  >:(  I made him shave it off a week ago.  ;D

http://blog.newsok.com/gossip/files/2008/11/prince-lawsuit.jpg

I really don't like that. Once again the only real eception to the mustache rule is Marlon Jackson.  ;) I didn't even like Michael Jackson with facial hair.

http://thepoptopshop.com/osc/images/TVGuideMichaelJackson1299.JPG

NO! NO! NO!   There were fans that dug this look. Michael looked too much like Prince to me at the time!

Jumped off topic for a bit, but I don't really fancy facial hair at all.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: amjikloviet on 02/21/10 at 12:32 am

lol everytime I read this I think of soup.

Honestly that is the only picture I 've seen of Michael Jackson with hair on his face.


Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 02/21/10 at 1:24 am

I didn't really have to shave more than once a week 'till I was about 28!

Anyway, I could have grown one of those teenager-trying-to-grow-a-mustache mustaches in the '80s, but I've been steadfast against deliberately growing facial hair.  Some of that started with rebelling against the hippie styles in which the men sported BIG facial hair.  My mom still hates how short I cut my hair, but she's learned to accept it, like her generation's parents had to accept long hippie hair!  Sometimes I don't shave for a few days and get the stubble thing, then I get rid of it. 

A lot of men just don't wear mustaches well.  They look better with either a beard and a mustache or clean-shaven.  Don Carlos' mustache is a very distinguished Latin gentleman's mustache, so it works for him!
;)

In the 1970s and 1980s a lot more cinematic and television heroes sported mustaches than today. 



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Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: amjikloviet on 02/21/10 at 1:27 am


I'm a girl, and to be honest, I don't really fancy a mustache on any man, The only person I ever liked a mustace on was Marlon Jackson. Back in the 80s he had a really great, think pencil mustache that was soooooo sexy.  :-*

http://i49.tinypic.com/35d5m60.jpg

If this was 1987, I'd jump for that in a minute.  ;D Hot!

He has these really big, plump juicy lips (way better than LL Cool J's) and that little strip of hair on the top lips frames them just perfectly.


8)


..granola, pizza, soup, rice lol.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: gibbo on 02/21/10 at 1:36 am

I was watching an old episode of The Patridge Family today and Richard Mulligan (ex SOAP) guest starred ...with a huge mustache!  It looked big bushy and bad!  ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: apollonia1986 on 02/25/10 at 11:23 pm

Someone mentioned the pic I posted the only they'd ever seen of MJ with an mustache. I was bored and found more:

http://mjjgallery.free.fr/19982000/appearances/carousel/020.jpg

Michael in a cougar sandwhich back in 2000.

http://mjjgallery.free.fr/invincible/trial/111402/courtroom/024.jpg

Mike in court in 2002. Looks mighty chipper for a fellow being sued for 21 million dollars. My best friend said she'd faint if Michael looked at her like that! LOL

http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b191/guarinigirl2000/7.jpg

http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b191/guarinigirl2000/6_2.jpg

http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b191/guarinigirl2000/10_2.jpg

More from the MJ TV Guide shoot in 1999.

To say I really hate this look, I have one of the picsw as a poster in my room. LOL

II have to much time son my hands. LOL.

So glad he didn't try that scruffy look in the 80s.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 02/26/10 at 12:45 am

Teenage reason for growing a mustache:  It might help you buy booze, cigarettes, and get laid.
Young adult reason for growing a mustache: It still might help you buy booze, cigarettes, and get laid
Early middle age reason for growing a mustache:  It still might help you get laid in spite of all the booze you drank and all the cigarettes you smoked.
Late middle age reason for growing a mustache: Your wife has a bigger one than you.
Elderly reason for growing a mustache: It Might help you buy booze, cigarettes, and get laid.
http://www.inthe00s.com/smile/13/laughing7.gif

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: apollonia1986 on 02/26/10 at 11:26 am

http://www.inthe00s.com/smile/01/1blue1.gif

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Ryan112390 on 06/08/10 at 10:15 am

Going by my own experiences and observations of culture--
Mullets were popular in various forms from the early 70s-late 80s; In the late 80s they achieved mainstream popularity in the styles we know now, not the 70s experimental mullet styles. My father had one in 1984 (combined with a horseshoe mustache), and then had from straight from 1989-1996, which is when he cut his hair.  I'd put the mid 90s as the cut off, because by the late 90s they were already being mocked in mainstream culture.;
Goatees I've noticed in movies were usually, especially in the 80s, on the face of evil guys (think ''Evil Spock'' from the 60s for example.) but sometime around 1989-1991, they began to appear on the 20 something year olds faces and were popular with Generation Xers by around 1995; I'd sayby  around 1998-1999 they became HUGE in general outside of Gen X and have been since.
The 30s, 40s, 70s and 80s were the decades of the mustache. In the 30s-40s you had hundreds of them throughout Hollywood (on the faces of Clark Gable, Ronald Coleman, Errol Flynn, Walt Disney, David Niven) but by the '50s had disappeared except on the faces of men who had had them since the '30s. In the 50s goatees were popular for some time with Beatniks and counter cultural figures but associated with Maynard Krebs by the mainstream public. In the mid 60s the mustache reappeared and by the mid 70s was the facial hair of choice for men who wished to convey a sense of authority or masculinity, and this continued into the 80s with Tom Selleck and others; Suddenly, in the 90s, the mustache became identified more with the Village People (who wore them to mock the masculinity of them) or Ned Flanders in the 90s and had a steep decline in popularity; Many who had mustaches either shaved them, or turned them into goatees.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 06/09/10 at 10:33 am

There are so many varieties of mullets.  I don't remember any of the long-short styles being called "mullets" until the late '90s.  I'm sure the term originated earlier, but I just don't remember it.  Some mullets were actually an outgrowth (NPI) of punk hairstyles, such as cutting it close on the sides and leaving it long or spiky on top -- perhaps bleaching it.  I actually DID that once in about '85.  Shortly thereafter, I saw all the dopes walking around the shopping malls with their mullets and Miami Vice 'do's.  I realized the fashion had been relegated to the redneck culture.  David Gahan from Depeche Mode insisted on his mullet for years and years, but he gets a special dispensation. 

The goatee comes and goes.  I think they tend to look a little satanic, but perhaps that's part of the allure.  What the hell, it's your facial hair, do what you want with it.  Ladies too if you got it!  Me, I'm clean-shaven.  Always preferred it that way.  Sometimes I get the three-day or five-day stubble, but that's as far as I go.

Here's one I always thought was cool:  The classic Van Dyke style!

http://www.probertencyclopaedia.com/j/Vandyke%20Beard.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: tv on 06/09/10 at 5:37 pm


Yeah, exactly.  It's such a 2005 look, based on what I've seen in movies and TV shows from the '90s nobody was wearing that.
The hoop earrings are also extremely common, I mean most '80s comebacks are really half-assed but those things are everywhere right now.

Backwards baseball caps.
I think the hopped earings came back into fashion in 2001 or 2002.

On a side note I thin kthe  goatee was like 1998-till maybe 2005-2006 that it was in fashion.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Danny on 06/24/10 at 11:35 pm

I'm and 80's kid and a quite afew guys back in school (including me) wore them in various ways,some were styled to the side or middle parted and fearther or were short on top brushed back or spiked like a rocker. Afew guys kept their mostaches but wore them short and trimmed.  Goatees originated in the real late 50's-early60's with the "Beatnicks" ,ever watched old "Dobie Gillis"? Noticed his buddy "Manord"(Bob Denver-later Gilligan)? He's had one. A few things for the 60's came back in the 90's,like "That Girl" flips on the girls. Probably because of Ms. Lady Kier(DeeeLite) wore it '90 with her Go Go look. Danny

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: joeman on 06/24/10 at 11:49 pm

I'm surprised no one mentioned "Joe Dirt" yet.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 06/25/10 at 12:03 am


I'm and 80's kid and a quite afew guys back in school (including me) wore them in various ways,some were styled to the side or middle parted and fearther or were short on top brushed back or spiked like a rocker. Afew guys kept their mostaches but wore them short and trimmed.  Goatees originated in the real late 50's-early60's with the "Beatnicks" ,ever watched old "Dobie Gillis"? Noticed his buddy "Manord"(Bob Denver-later Gilligan)? He's had one. A few things for the 60's came back in the 90's,like "That Girl" flips on the girls. Probably because of Ms. Lady Kier(DeeeLite) wore it '90 with her Go Go look. Danny


But they didn't have anything like Mullet Chick in the '50s!

http://media.ebaumsworld.com/picture/Snorkpants/MulletChick.png

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Danny on 06/25/10 at 10:08 pm


But they didn't have anything like Mullet Chick in the '50s!

http://media.ebaumsworld.com/picture/Snorkpants/MulletChick.png
                                                                                                                                                Well,that would probably have been considered cool maybe with the motorcycle chicks? Danny

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: slacker on 06/25/10 at 10:40 pm

The Mullet Chick is cool  8)

and yes... I have a goatee (I've had it for years)  ;)
w/ a crew cut

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: JamieMcBain on 06/26/10 at 8:02 am

The mullet was big starting in the 70's, the goatee however was around as early as the late 60', early 70's.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Ryan112390 on 06/29/10 at 1:36 pm


There are so many varieties of mullets.  I don't remember any of the long-short styles being called "mullets" until the late '90s.  I'm sure the term originated earlier, but I just don't remember it.  Some mullets were actually an outgrowth (NPI) of punk hairstyles, such as cutting it close on the sides and leaving it long or spiky on top -- perhaps bleaching it.  I actually DID that once in about '85.  Shortly thereafter, I saw all the dopes walking around the shopping malls with their mullets and Miami Vice 'do's.  I realized the fashion had been relegated to the redneck culture.  David Gahan from Depeche Mode insisted on his mullet for years and years, but he gets a special dispensation. 

The goatee comes and goes.  I think they tend to look a little satanic, but perhaps that's part of the allure.  What the hell, it's your facial hair, do what you want with it.  Ladies too if you got it!  Me, I'm clean-shaven.  Always preferred it that way.  Sometimes I get the three-day or five-day stubble, but that's as far as I go.

Here's one I always thought was cool:  The classic Van Dyke style!

http://www.probertencyclopaedia.com/j/Vandyke%20Beard.jpg


What variation of Mullet would you describe this as?
http://img690.imageshack.us/img690/4937/1996trip236.jpg
I've always that unlike the stereotypical mullet, this variety actually looked cool.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: slacker on 06/30/10 at 12:24 pm


The mullet was big starting in the 70's, the goatee however was around as early as the late 60', early 70's.

I think the goatee was around before that.
How about the Spanish Conquistadors of the 15th & 16th century?
I would bet it was around before even then.  ;)

I wonder when those cool conquistador helmets are going to come back in style?  8)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 06/30/10 at 11:40 pm


I think the goatee was around before that.
How about the Spanish Conquistadors of the 15th & 16th century?
I would bet it was around before even then.  ;)

I wonder when those cool conquistador helmets are going to come back in style?  8)


Just don't braid the goatee like Snoop Dogg.  If you braid it, kids will be sneaking up to you all day asking if you know where they can score some weed.  Do you know where they can score some weed?  If you do, your civic duty is complete.  If you don't, then don't hang out with the braided goatee!
8)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: John C on 07/05/10 at 7:35 pm

George Washington, the first USA President had a mullet....The United States' Constitution, was founded upon those who sported the Mullet....

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: John C on 07/05/10 at 8:08 pm

http://www.1st-art-gallery.com/thumbnail/192808/1/George-Washington-1732-99.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 07/05/10 at 11:54 pm

Have mullets gone away?

If you walk into a bar where everybody else has a mullet and you don't, trust me they make you feel real uncomfortable.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: AL-B Mk. III on 07/06/10 at 3:41 pm

What's even worse than the mullet is the "skullet."

Which for those of you who might not know, is when guys go bald on top but let their fringes keep growing long.

Some examples:

http://www.thecaptainsmemos.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/db_todd_and_the_skullet71.jpg

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_Uvi4DD43wWQ/SxQuXEuelDI/AAAAAAAADdM/JEb9IQjBcts/s320/skullet.jpg

http://www.woosk.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/skullet.jpg



I used to work with a guy who had a skullet, he was a total prick and always tried to mess with me.

I'd just call him "Bozo" and he'd get really pissed off.  :D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: AL-B Mk. III on 07/06/10 at 3:43 pm

I still rock a goatee.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 07/06/10 at 11:14 pm

A buddy of mine has a skullet!  He's a 32-year-old metalhead who never had to cut his hair short, but started balding prematurely!

WTF, I'm plucking grays out of my eye brows now!
;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Janine on 07/07/10 at 1:21 pm

I have a mullet now! not a redneck mullet or a skullet though. more 80s business lady mullet.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: AL-B Mk. III on 07/07/10 at 7:12 pm


I have a mullet now! not a redneck mullet or a skullet though. more 80s business lady mullet.


Pics! We want pics!!!  ;)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 07/07/10 at 9:54 pm


Pics! We want pics!!!  ;)


I once saw in Boston a dude with a shaven head and a pic in his back pocket!  That had to have been about 1991!
;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 07/08/10 at 11:30 pm

Mulleteers I

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSN4W45rYvo

Mulleteers II

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QE61Bz7IHKg

Mulleteers III


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBo8KXc83tc&feature=related

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Janis on 07/13/10 at 9:34 am

The mullet is only liked or disliked now, because it was given a name by the Beastie Boys and Hockey Fans. If it never really had a name, I believe people wouldn't even care that much about it. What get's me, is guys now looking at other guy's hair and making comments about it...what's up with that? Women to women I can understand, but guys? The guys I know, could care less what they wear, let alone make a comment about fashion. Has most guys now gone feminine?

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 07/14/10 at 1:18 pm


The mullet is only liked or disliked now, because it was given a name by the Beastie Boys and Hockey Fans. If it never really had a name, I believe people wouldn't even care that much about it. What get's me, is guys now looking at other guy's hair and making comments about it...what's up with that? Women to women I can understand, but guys? The guys I know, could care less what they wear, let alone make a comment about fashion. Has most guys now gone feminine?


The word is "metrosexual"!
;D

The thing is, mullets were associated with macho bullsh*t in the '80s.  We didn't have a name for it yet.  Some called it a long-short.  Anyway,  they were big with hockey players and, I think, NASCAR drivers.  Don Johnson for sure. 

Rat tails were also popular in the '80s. 
8-P

Feminine?  It depends on the guy and the mullet, I suppose.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Ryan112390 on 08/16/10 at 10:16 pm

I still think the goatee is fading out of popularity. It's had a steady stream of popularity since the 90s;
Mustaches had a steady stream of popularity from the 70s to the 90s; I think that like the mustache fell out of popularity in the 90s,
The goatee will fall out of popularity in the '10s.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Ryan112390 on 06/25/11 at 2:26 pm

For those who remember and were teens/adults in the 90s, around when (like what year) do you recall the mullet truly going out of style--not simply going out of style but becoming the haircut that's mocked more than perhaps any other?

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: ladybug316 on 06/25/11 at 7:12 pm

When?  I don't know!  Why is pretty damned obvious!  ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Louise1978 on 06/25/11 at 10:18 pm

I can't remember the exact year,but before the middle of the 90's that look was out of style.That is one hairstyle that should never come back in style.It was so bad.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Shiv on 06/27/11 at 9:23 pm

Mid 90s, and why....well that should be obvious.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: whistledog on 06/28/11 at 12:17 am

Yes why.  Why did the mullet go out of style?

BECAUSE IT WAS STUPID


Anyone who has a mullet, lives in a trailer park, has a beard, wears checkered shirts with no sleeves and says words like "Y'all" and "Git".  And if anyone here still has a mullet and is offended by this, I am not going to apologize, because well come on.  You know it's true, and if you can't face that, well then that's just sad.  

It's 2011; If you still have a mullet, I want to toss empty beer cans at you :D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: AL-B Mk. III on 06/28/11 at 12:57 am

This guy I work with, who's a nice guy but a complete airhead, had a mullet until about 3-4 months ago. I used to break his balls quite a bit about it and ask him repeatedly when he was going to cut his mullet off.

Now I keep asking him when he's gonna grow it back.  ;D ;D ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Ryan112390 on 06/28/11 at 11:07 am

I think it's overly stereotyped....
My dad wore one from around '89 to '96 and he was no country boy or hillbilly or or said ya'll or the like. He was a professional with a Bachelor's Degree working in New York City and simply used to wear it in a ponytail at work. I guess that's why I've never gotten the "Mullet = Uneducated sleazy redneck" connotation.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: nicole1977 on 06/28/11 at 4:37 pm

I will say the mid 90s because the early 90s still have some 80s influence and people like Bill Ray Cyrus (Acky Breaky Heart) was sporting that mullet in 1992.

Why, it's because it's out of style, and in the mid 90s, no one was wear mullets.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: karen on 06/28/11 at 5:45 pm


I think it's overly stereotyped....
My dad wore one from around '89 to '96 and he was no country boy or hillbilly or or said ya'll or the like. He was a professional with a Bachelor's Degree working in New York City and simply used to wear it in a ponytail at work. I guess that's why I've never gotten the "Mullet = Uneducated sleazy redneck" connotation.


If you read whistledog's post properly you'll see he was talking about people who still have mullets.  Yes it was trendy, but now it isn't yet people still wear this style

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 06/29/11 at 12:27 am

When did mullets go out of style?  When did they start calling them "mullets"?  That's when mullets went out of style. 

Why?  As I remember it, in the early '80s college kids thought they were being cool by wearing it long on top and short on the sides and back.  Then came "Miami Vice" and all the Tony Yahoos at the mall started wearing the Don Johnson look.  College hipster backed away from it.

By the early 1990s the so-called mullet was strictly for bumpkins.  Dave Gahan insists on wearing one, but he's kind of a bumpkin at heart!
;D

http://www1.uni-ak.ac.at/architektur/bilder/MULLETS.jpg

^ not David Gahan...not yet, anyway!

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Todd Pettingzoo on 06/29/11 at 10:46 am

I think it was getting kind of rare in the mid 90's. It was very rare in the late 90's. I also think the mullet jokes started in the late 90's. I didn't even know what the word meant until somewhere around 2000-2002.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: joeman on 06/29/11 at 11:10 am


I think it was getting kind of rare in the mid 90's. It was very rare in the late 90's. I also think the mullet jokes started in the late 90's. I didn't even know what the word meant until somewhere around 2000-2002.


Joe Dirt!

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Brian06 on 06/29/11 at 3:21 pm

I'd say around the mid '90s, by the late '90s and into the early '00s the short hair clean cut look was in.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: belmont22 on 10/28/12 at 12:26 pm

I actually have seen the occasional 80's looking do here and here. It's rare, but it seems like it's becoming somewhat more common, exponential growth perhaps?

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MarkMc1990 on 10/28/12 at 1:27 pm

I wore a mullet for Halloween last night! Acid wash jeans, too.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 10/28/12 at 3:10 pm


I actually have seen the occasional 80's looking do here and here. It's rare, but it seems like it's becoming somewhat more common, exponential growth perhaps?


I've seen it too but it's rare nowadays.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: c_keenan2001@hotmail.com on 10/28/12 at 4:16 pm

You know who the worst mullet band was?

http://images4.fanpop.com/image/photos/23800000/Head-Over-Heels-tears-for-fears-23828894-720-540.jpg

http://www.trouveztout.org/images/Tears-For-fears.shout.jpg

Some of the styles that Tears For Fears had were not over seen by a stylist.  Fortunately Curt thought that the majority of what they wore in the 80s was hideous.  :)  Is it any wonder Curt cut his hair and Roland grew his hair out? Not that I blame them or anything like that.  :)

http://www.multinet.no/~jonarne/Hjemmesia/Favorittartister/tears_for_fears/tears_for_fears_32.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Martin on 10/28/12 at 5:37 pm

I think some women also wore mullets in the 80's:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shszBQceoNs

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 10/29/12 at 6:37 am


You know who the worst mullet band was?

http://images4.fanpop.com/image/photos/23800000/Head-Over-Heels-tears-for-fears-23828894-720-540.jpg

http://www.trouveztout.org/images/Tears-For-fears.shout.jpg

Some of the styles that Tears For Fears had were not over seen by a stylist.  Fortunately Curt thought that the majority of what they wore in the 80s was hideous.  :)  Is it any wonder Curt cut his hair and Roland grew his hair out? Not that I blame them or anything like that.  :)

http://www.multinet.no/~jonarne/Hjemmesia/Favorittartister/tears_for_fears/tears_for_fears_32.jpg


Wasn't Curt thinning?  ???

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 10/29/12 at 7:26 pm

Back in the eighties when men were men!
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_0cnXYhlBk1k/Sm2sjlD77iI/AAAAAAAADP0/oy4UaIt0tyI/s400/mullet+des+chippendale.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: c_keenan2001@hotmail.com on 10/29/12 at 7:49 pm


Wasn't Curt thinning?  ???


Not back then he wasn't.  Back then he had a full head of hair.  Now his hair is gray and thining.  :)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 12/11/12 at 1:31 pm


Back in the eighties when men were men!
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_0cnXYhlBk1k/Sm2sjlD77iI/AAAAAAAADP0/oy4UaIt0tyI/s400/mullet+des+chippendale.jpg


OMG!  ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: c_keenan2001@hotmail.com on 12/12/12 at 9:16 pm


Back in the eighties when men were men!
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_0cnXYhlBk1k/Sm2sjlD77iI/AAAAAAAADP0/oy4UaIt0tyI/s400/mullet+des+chippendale.jpg


Are those the Chippendales?

:D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: belmont22 on 12/13/12 at 12:25 am

I actually have seen the occasional mullet. It seems like the 80s revival started with the less risky things, like the shoes or jackets or whatever, then the colors pink and cyan came back, and then the hipsters brought back the coke bottle glasses, and now you're even starting to see perms and mullets reappear in small doses.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 12/13/12 at 7:40 am


Are those the Chippendales?

:D


Yes.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 12/14/12 at 6:21 pm


Are those the Chippendales?

:D


Believe or not, in the eighties, we didn't know all those guys were gay.  We thought the rumors were something made up by jealous boyfriends who didn't like their girlfriends boogieing to Chippendales!  8)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: belmont22 on 12/20/12 at 4:35 pm

Go to New Jersey or Indiana, they never even went out of style there.  ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Ryan112390 on 04/05/13 at 6:47 pm

By around what year did mullets become unpopular?

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: warped on 04/05/13 at 6:56 pm


Will the mullet ever comeback?

http://www.inthe00s.com/index.php?topic=45417.0

When/why did the mullet go out of style?

http://www.inthe00s.com/index.php?topic=44060.0

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 04/05/13 at 7:26 pm


By around what year did mullets become unpopular?


I would say 1991.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Tashlovglit on 04/05/13 at 9:28 pm

I've seen girls wearing it lately  8-P

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: whistledog on 04/06/13 at 9:18 pm


By around what year did mullets become unpopular?


1993 after 'Achy Breaky Heart' fell out of the charts

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 04/06/13 at 10:33 pm

Hipsters wore various mullet styles in the early to mid-eighties.  The Don Johnson Miami Vice style was the first popular mullet style I remember.  Of course, they weren't called mullets back then.  I don't think I got hip to the word "mullet" until the late nineties and by then it was sort of a Billy-Bob look.  David Gahan's persistent mullet-wearing bewildered his fashion-conscious fans!

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 04/07/13 at 3:29 pm


I've seen girls wearing it lately  8-P


What's wrong with girls having a mullet?  ???

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: whistledog on 04/07/13 at 6:10 pm


What's wrong with girls having a mullet?  ???


Nothing, if they want to not get a date with a man ever lol

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 04/08/13 at 6:30 am


Nothing, if they want to not get a date with a man ever lol


I wouldn't mind dating a woman with a mullet.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: karen on 04/08/13 at 11:10 am


I wouldn't mind dating a woman


fixed it for you

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Todd Pettingzoo on 04/08/13 at 12:23 pm

They were less common in the mainstream by the mid-90's. Very less common by the late 90's. I think that's when mullet jokes started. I didn't even know what the word meant until around 2001/2002.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 04/08/13 at 6:11 pm


fixed it for you


Thanks.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: AL-B Mk. III on 04/14/13 at 5:12 pm


Will the mullet ever comeback?

http://www.inthe00s.com/index.php?topic=45417.0

When/why did the mullet go out of style?

http://www.inthe00s.com/index.php?topic=44060.0


http://i149.photobucket.com/albums/s78/AL-B_photos/frabz-yeah-if-you-could-just-bump-your-old-threads-instead-of-repeated-6da6bb_zps868474c8.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: whistledog on 04/14/13 at 5:27 pm

Or merge them all into one large super thread :D

2 got away from me.

http://www.inthe00s.com/index.php?topic=45417.0
http://www.inthe00s.com/index.php?topic=39465.0

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/06/14 at 2:24 pm


Someone mentioned the pic I posted the only they'd ever seen of MJ with an mustache. I was bored and found more:

http://mjjgallery.free.fr/19982000/appearances/carousel/020.jpg

Michael in a cougar sandwhich back in 2000.

http://mjjgallery.free.fr/invincible/trial/111402/courtroom/024.jpg

Mike in court in 2002. Looks mighty chipper for a fellow being sued for 21 million dollars. My best friend said she'd faint if Michael looked at her like that! LOL

http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b191/guarinigirl2000/7.jpg

http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b191/guarinigirl2000/6_2.jpg

http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b191/guarinigirl2000/10_2.jpg

More from the MJ TV Guide shoot in 1999.

To say I really hate this look, I have one of the picsw as a poster in my room. LOL

II have to much time son my hands. LOL.

So glad he didn't try that scruffy look in the 80s.
That is not a moustache that is just stubble!

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/06/14 at 2:26 pm

https://fbcdn-sphotos-d-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-frc1/t1.0-9/p480x480/10299144_729181547124007_5194486227276605454_n.jpg

Birthday boy George Clooney with a moustache.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: apollonia1986 on 05/06/14 at 4:07 pm

I can't beleive someone raised this thread like Lazarus!  ;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Paul on 05/06/14 at 5:02 pm

Had one several years ago (circa 1997-ish), but I looked such a tw*t that it soon came off, never to be seen again...

You want 'tashes? Feast yer eyes on Dick Strawbridge's beauty - he must have several small animals nesting in there!

http://cdn.images.express.co.uk/img/dynamic/39/590x/10f44books2-398472.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: apollonia1986 on 05/06/14 at 7:35 pm


http://a.espncdn.com/photo/2010/0305/pg2_g_hogan1_576.jpg


What the hell is happening here? Did he dye the five o'clock shadow black, or the fu-manchu platinum? ???
I'm confused here. Somewhere Don Johnson is laughing at him.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/07/14 at 1:52 am


I can't beleive someone raised this thread like Lazarus!  ;D
I saw the above picture of George Clooney with a moustache, and thought of searching online for we already have a beard topic, so I went to Google and search moustache with inthe00s and this topic came up, thus contributing to this topic and not having to start a new topic.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 05/07/14 at 6:28 am


What the hell is happening here? Did he dye the five o'clock shadow black, or the fu-manchu platinum? ???
I'm confused here. Somewhere Don Johnson is laughing at him.


Hulk Hogan always had the handlebar mustache, He just decided to keep his five o'clock shadow black.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/07/14 at 6:29 am


Hulk Hogan always had the handlebar mustache, He just decided to keep his five o'clock shadow black.
I take it that Hulk Hogan bleached his moustache?

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 05/07/14 at 6:30 am

http://img2.timeinc.net/people/i/2013/sandbox/news/131202/moustache-monday/john-oates-600x450.jpg

John Oates mustache.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/07/14 at 6:35 am

http://renegadecinema.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Freddie-Mercury-HQ-freddie-mercury-31872932-883-1199.jpg

Freddie Mercury moustache

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 05/07/14 at 7:23 am


I take it that Hulk Hogan bleached his moustache?


to try to make himself look younger.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/07/14 at 7:25 am


to try to make himself look younger.
It does not seem to work.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/07/14 at 8:33 am

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/87/Lech_Walesa_-_2009.jpg/220px-Lech_Walesa_-_2009.jpg

Polish politician, trade-union organizer, philanthropist and human-rights activist, Lech Wałęsa moustache

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/07/14 at 10:03 am

Prominent Spanish Catalan surrealist painter Salvador Dali was known for his moustache.

http://coolartblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Salvador-Dali.jpg

Giant Moustache at the Dali Museum in Saint Petersburg, FL

https://scontent-b-lhr.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn1/t1.0-9/10295674_10152493793311042_3507441481866233247_n.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 05/07/14 at 7:27 pm


It does not seem to work.


He seems to be getting older with that mustache.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 05/07/14 at 7:29 pm

http://stallonezone.com/zone/2011/z092111mustache.png

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/09/14 at 2:50 am


http://stallonezone.com/zone/2011/z092111mustache.png
Is that Tom Selleck?

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 05/09/14 at 3:44 pm


Is that Tom Selleck?


No, that's Sylvester Stallone.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/09/14 at 3:54 pm


Is that Tom Selleck?
Tom Selleck's moustache on Sylvester Stallone

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=BxhqVrbixZc

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 05/09/14 at 4:51 pm


Tom Selleck's moustache on Sylvester Stallone

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=BxhqVrbixZc


looks dignified.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 05/09/14 at 11:18 pm

James Hetfield, classic trash-stache!

http://www.russianmachineneverbreaks.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/hetfield_500.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 05/10/14 at 3:44 pm

http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/b2/74/96/b27496c6a6bb3068e40fae150a34bb9c.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/10/14 at 3:46 pm


http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/b2/74/96/b27496c6a6bb3068e40fae150a34bb9c.jpg

http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/b2/74/96/b27496c6a6bb3068e40fae150a34bb9c.jpg
Who is that?

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 05/10/14 at 4:43 pm


Who is that?


I don't have a clue.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/11/14 at 3:22 am


http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/b2/74/96/b27496c6a6bb3068e40fae150a34bb9c.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/11/14 at 3:42 am


http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/b2/74/96/b27496c6a6bb3068e40fae150a34bb9c.jpg

Who is that?

I don't have a clue.
Any offers?

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/11/14 at 4:57 am


http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/b2/74/96/b27496c6a6bb3068e40fae150a34bb9c.jpg
Howard, how did you search for this image, there may be a clue to who it is on the webpage?

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: karen on 05/11/14 at 1:07 pm

unless he googled for images of trendy moustaches circa 1974

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/11/14 at 1:11 pm


unless he googled for images of trendy moustaches circa 1974
Google Searching "trendy moustaches 1974", this was the fourth image...

Lord Lucan

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2013/12/03/article-2517571-19CE02E500000578-346_306x537.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 05/11/14 at 7:14 pm


Any offers?


I'll try to find it again.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 05/11/14 at 7:15 pm


Howard, how did you search for this image, there may be a clue to who it is on the webpage?


I might have typed "80's mustaches".

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/12/14 at 1:42 am


I might have typed "80's mustaches".
I search with the same words and found it here on this webpage, with the wording 'hair, shirt, moustache, 80s'

http://www.pinterest.com/crookchristine/vintage-80s/

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 05/12/14 at 7:17 pm


I search with the same words and found it here on this webpage, with the wording 'hair, shirt, moustache, 80s'

http://www.pinterest.com/crookchristine/vintage-80s/


Thanks.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 05/12/14 at 10:26 pm

http://media.carbonated.tv/36819_story__stache2.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 05/13/14 at 6:35 am


http://media.carbonated.tv/36819_story__stache2.jpg


I love those porn 'staches.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/13/14 at 6:36 am


I love those porn 'staches.
::)

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/13/14 at 7:15 am

http://www.cartoonbrew.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/disneymousetache.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/13/14 at 7:18 am

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/df/Walt_Disney_1946.JPG

After an intense, 10-year lobbying effort by the American Mustache Institute, for the first time in nearly 60 years employees of The Walt Disney Co. will not face violations to their civil liberties nor roadblocks to improved good looks as the company announced Monday it would allow employees at its two U.S. theme-park resorts to grow and wear beards or goatees.

The new policy takes effect Feb. 3 and eliminates a facial-hair ban that has for decades been a source of grumbling among some of the company’s male theme-park workers, as well as the broader facial hair community.

“The discriminatory hand of a company that was ironically founded by a Mustached American — Walt Disney himself — has just been set aside,” said Dr. Abraham Jonas Froman, chief executive officer of the American Mustache Institute. “We’re proud that we could stand up for our brothers in facial hair.”

As an initial demonstration of good faith in negotiations, the company began inching back from its ban on facial hair in 2000, when it finally decided to allow mustaches.  Disney’s new policy restricts any facial hair to no more than a quarter of an inch in length. And the company says any chin whiskers “must create an overall neat, polished and professional look” and must be fully grown in and well-groomed.

Ironically, the rigid code was instituted in 1955 by Walt Disney himself, a self-loathing Mustached American who felt the need to distinguish his theme park from what he called “filthy carnies.”

While publicly Disney said it finally relented on beards in response to requests from its employees, or “cast members,” AMI’s Dr. Froman and other members of the organization’s staff and administration had been meeting with Disney officials for the past few months finishing off an agreement that was long-coming.

“Disney Look guides are periodically reviewed, given the unique environment of our theme parks and resorts,” Disney spokeswoman Andrea Finger said. “While we’re careful to maintain our heritage and the integrity of our brand, a recent review of our guidelines led to a decision that an update was appropriate at this time.”

Disney doesn’t tinker with its look lightly: Changes are typically made only after the company has studied similar guidelines at other theme parks and Fortune 500 companies. The last major change occurred two years ago, when the company finally allowed female workers to forego wearing panty hose when wearing skirts — a rule that had been particularly uncomfortable for women working outside on steamy summer days in Central Florida.

Carry on.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 05/13/14 at 7:26 am


http://www.cartoonbrew.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/disneymousetache.jpg


it looks like a real mustache.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/13/14 at 7:29 am


it looks like a real mustache.
..and dangerous for children

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: warped on 05/13/14 at 7:31 am

http://www.failfunnies.com/26/images/tattoo-head-funny.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/13/14 at 7:32 am


http://www.failfunnies.com/26/images/tattoo-head-funny.jpg
;D

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 05/13/14 at 7:19 pm


http://www.failfunnies.com/26/images/tattoo-head-funny.jpg


cool.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 05/13/14 at 7:20 pm

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-KuwW6FSJdsY/TnmOxo-I1AI/AAAAAAAAAbE/Yic_mRhAYoE/s400/mustache%2Bmwilderjpe.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/14/14 at 2:23 am

http://matthewginn.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Mustache-20060203_MCG0205-20091.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 05/14/14 at 6:44 am

http://stevenarch.tymoon.eu/fab/src/132322293241.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/14/14 at 12:34 pm

http://cdn.shortlist.com/resource/cache/binary/4c8e3915f5748b904b6250a9b0e26a70/350x500_WILDER__TERI_GARR_CTF17923.jpg?m=1329436140

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/14/14 at 12:36 pm

http://cdn.shortlist.com/resource/cache/binary/2cd5a56a661520e49effaad7c0b79a13/350x500_Groucho%20Marx%20-%20Duck%20Soup.jpg?m=1329436141

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 05/14/14 at 3:19 pm

http://frontporchdenver.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2012/08/111608_Hulk_Hogan_Wikimedia.jpeg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 05/14/14 at 3:20 pm


http://cdn.shortlist.com/resource/cache/binary/2cd5a56a661520e49effaad7c0b79a13/350x500_Groucho%20Marx%20-%20Duck%20Soup.jpg?m=1329436141


that was a painted on mustache.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/14/14 at 3:26 pm


http://a.espncdn.com/photo/2010/0305/pg2_g_hogan1_576.jpg

http://frontporchdenver.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2012/08/111608_Hulk_Hogan_Wikimedia.jpeg
Snap!

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 05/14/14 at 4:10 pm


Snap!


He's had the handlebar mustache for 30 years and at one time he shaved it off but then he grew it back again.

http://i.imgur.com/W7TrB.png

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/15/14 at 6:11 am

http://media.npr.org/assets/img/2011/07/05/803558_custom-a7cf0de0ff55bbd81f79fd2d34ba6ac2e7253a8b-s6-c30.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Howard on 05/15/14 at 7:09 am

http://i1.ytimg.com/vi/u2xrEkKAW40/hqdefault.jpg

always try to trim your mustache.

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/15/14 at 1:37 pm

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/01169/arts-graphics-2006_1169066a.jpg

Subject: Re: Mustaches

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/23/14 at 9:01 am

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/15/Hitov.jpeg

Try and beat that!

Subject: Re: The Ultimate Moustache Thread!

Written By: warped on 05/23/14 at 10:50 am

http://madaboutsports.com.au/Images/blog/Lanny-McDonald-moustache.jpg

Subject: Re: The Ultimate Moustache Thread!

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/23/14 at 11:48 am

http://media.nbcwashington.com/images/1200*947/103008+Movember+Moustaches+p1.jpg

Subject: Re: The Ultimate Moustache Thread!

Written By: Howard on 05/23/14 at 4:24 pm

http://www.blogcdn.com/main.stylelist.com/media/2010/04/geraldo-rivera-mustache240do041610.jpg

Subject: Re: The Ultimate Moustache Thread!

Written By: whistledog on 05/24/14 at 10:42 am


http://madaboutsports.com.au/Images/blog/Lanny-McDonald-moustache.jpg


Lanny McDonald FTW!

Subject: Re: The Ultimate Moustache Thread!

Written By: Howard on 05/24/14 at 6:09 pm

http://pixel.nymag.com/content/dam/fashion/daily/2012/12/07/07-mustache-155416907.jpg

Subject: Re: The Ultimate Moustache Thread!

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/27/14 at 4:15 pm

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-ogKe4vn-G2k/Unocf0uVd6I/AAAAAAAAE7w/zk6v7Ol01vU/s1600/1717Emperor_Tamarin_by_Peter_Smart.jpg

Subject: Re: The Ultimate Moustache Thread!

Written By: Howard on 05/27/14 at 7:54 pm


http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-ogKe4vn-G2k/Unocf0uVd6I/AAAAAAAAE7w/zk6v7Ol01vU/s1600/1717Emperor_Tamarin_by_Peter_Smart.jpg


I like the monkey mustache.

Subject: Re: The Ultimate Moustache Thread!

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/28/14 at 4:11 am

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2011/03/31/article-1371854-0B6ABB3400000578-707_634x898.jpg

Subject: Re: The Ultimate Moustache Thread!

Written By: Howard on 05/28/14 at 7:06 am

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-kK4Ch_ZnkcQ/T_dE6bD6IVI/AAAAAAAAES8/M1S5VAMXe6E/s1600/Adolf-Hitler-kool-1.jpg

Subject: Re: The Ultimate Moustache Thread!

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/28/14 at 11:00 am

http://img.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2007/09_03/stalinDM2109_468x551.jpg

Subject: Re: The Ultimate Moustache Thread!

Written By: Howard on 05/28/14 at 2:57 pm

http://theatticbirds.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/victorian-moustache.jpg

Subject: Re: The Ultimate Moustache Thread!

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/28/14 at 2:59 pm

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Subject: Re: The Ultimate Moustache Thread!

Written By: Philip Eno on 07/04/14 at 2:03 am

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