The Hunt Is On To Find Australia's Best Mullet
The hunt is on to find Australia's best mullet, which will be a crown that will spark envy across the country.
The Miss Universe competition attracts eyes from around the world as beautiful women strut the runway, pitch for world peace and show off why they should be given the crown.
That's all well and good, but there's a new competition that has been started and it focuses on one very specific, iconic hairstyle: the mullet.
The NT Newspaper has kicked off its hunt to find Australia's best 'Business in the Front, Party in the Back' do and we can imagine there will be no shortage of applicants.
For some reason, the Land Down Under has been a big supporter of the mullet, with the hairstyle even having a mini-renaissance this year. There's something about the short cut top and long back that has Aussies frothing at the mouth.
Star Barber hairdresser Joy Arnot told the NT News: "I love mullets, I've had two mullets in today.
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"This year everyone knows they're in fashion. they look good on both a male and a female but I think you've got to be prepared for the attention that comes with having a mullets and the irony of having a mullet."
If you think your mullet is worthy of commendation then send your pictures to NT News here.
But mullets can hamper your good times. You just have to ask Jed Gadsby, who claims he was refused entry to a bunch of pubs because of his unique hairdo.
When asked what he thought of the decision to turn him away, the Queenslander certainly didn't mince his words.
"To turn someone away because of their haircut, it's pretty un-Australian I think," he told Channel 9 programme A Current Affair.
"Just thought it was pretty average, hey. I won't cut off my mullet just to go out and have a drink with my mates."
So, just be careful about your choices.
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