Monday Mullets

A new feature here at WOBH. Monday Mullets. Please feel free to snap real Kiwis with Mullets. Remember mullets are business at the front and all party at the back. describes mullets as:

What is it anyways? To say that the mullet is a hairstyle barely even scratches the surface of the issue. The mullet is a way of life, it is a state of mind, it is every person who wears it. Physically it is characterized by short hair on the top, front, and sides of the head, followed by a long drape of hair on the back, reaching at least to the middle of the spine. Typical accessories to the mullet include moustaches, scraggly beards and/or goatees, and sunglasses. Research on the mullet phenomena, at this stage, is still in its infancy. However it is suggested by many top laboratories that the mullet, as it slowly reaches maturity, begins to grow tentacles into the brain of the victim. which affect several areas of the brain and fundamentally alter the candidate’s actions and behavioural responses. Said behavioural changes mainly include extreme aggression, the proclivity to consume large amounts of alcohol, pedophilia, lack of hygeine, dramatic reduction in inhibitions (often bolstered by the consumption of alcohol), sense of paranoia and distrust towards authority/governmental figures, and most importantly – steadily decreasing IQ levels. I would stress that these are only preliminary details however, and the controversial nature of the theory renders it unsuitable for mass publication.

This weeks mullet is a classic. On an elderly bloke. None other than Pita Sharples.

Pita Sharples is this weeks Monday Mullet

Pita Sharples is this weeks Monday Mullet