buisness in the front and party in the back!
man check out that dude mullet.
作者 browns 2006年6月29日
A hairstyle where the front is cut shorter than the back. Most people who where them are hillbillies, rednecks, metal heads, white trash, creepers, people who are badass enough to wear one, or people who never grew out of the 80's

A.K.A: Ape Drape. Beaver Paddle, Camero Cut, Business in the front, party in the back, Hockey Hair, Mudflap, Soccer Rocker, and Tennessee Waterfall.
"I ain'ts gots no mullet like Elroy over there! He must be gettin' alls the ladies! I heards he can read!"
作者 The Shafenater 2010年4月28日
Business in the front, party in the back; referencing a three-some.

"Dude, we were like a mullet last night!"

"I was the business in the front and you were the party in the back."
作者 CreeperStash 2008年6月28日
When you live in the 909 area code of California (The Inland Empire) and you have a mullet, it is called a Norco Neckwarmer.
The dufus driving the truck with oversized wheels is sporting a Norco Neckwarmer.
作者 Leroy Thead 2004年6月11日
, stupid ass redneck hairstyle
todd brewer
作者 dan 2003年7月07日
... the mull found usually on white trash people ... but evolving to all sorts... be careful when approaching a wild mullet with a camera.. never irritate it... touch one every chance you get.. and if you have one keep it healthy and never let it touch the ground... see.. skullet.. totally shaved cept back area.
femmulet= girl with mullet.
mullatino=mezican mullet
homullsexual=gay with mullet
mullie=bullie with mullet
mulletude= mad mullet
camero hair/charlotte mud flap/the 10-90/ape drape.beaver pattle...... go hunt some mullets
作者 muh-leTT 2003年5月12日
Haircut that is short on top, shaved on the sides and long in the back. Variations may include greasy/ jerrycurl in the long-back part.

But the culprit is mostly always white trash, may wear a gold chain on top of their wool sweater and is most likely to be spotted in a Wal-Mart store or county fair/ garbage dump (most likely looking for relatives).
作者 sylvain lavigne 2003年4月16日

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