The King Of The Mullet!!

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  1. hayc59

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    and his show sucks!! what a joke:p
     

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    bigc73542 Retired Moderator

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    you got that right :D ;)
     
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    I thought a Mullet was a fish or is it Millet? Both have a distinctive odor I take it.
     
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    It is a hair cut
     

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    I get my haircuts at Billy Bobs hair shearing clinic therefore I had no clue.
     
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    I figured you for the [Hooters Hair Healing Salon and trims] :D :D ;)
     
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    I am not adverse to change. Change is good!

    Play on, big ed
     
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    Mullet?

    err, umm nevermind..... ;) :D



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    My Darling wife cuts my hair....has done for the past 50 Years.....She usually gets me in a 'Step-over-leglock' and then sets to work like 'Scissor-hands' but with a knife and fork......finishing off with a Mallet to keep me subdude.....is that the same thing as a Mullet or are we doing something wrong?.........



    Cochise. :cool:
     
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    Hey Cochise,

    That sounds a little like the game of "Twister". I always enjoyed playing that w/the gentler sex (huh) but I'm a little leery of the knives and forks.

    Play on, big ed
     
  12. Sugabella

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    The like that show and the dog thats his name but the one on hbo is better
     
  13. wildman

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    :) Dang, mine also, but not quiet that long, just about 15 years now, before that the good ole military barber shop.

    Hey Cochise, tell the truth now, in your case it's a Mohawk, right?

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    Wildman, have all the scars healed yet? :D
     
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    :cool: They have faded over time, plus ones barber treated higher N.C.O.'s rather well (The N.C.O. club was usually where I had the operation performed). Now it's no scars, just the lumps the spouse puts on my head if I don't turn my head the exact way she wants it (the neck was not meant to bend in those positions).

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