Online Searches for “How To Cut A Mullet” Are Up 128%
I wish it was satire, but it's not.
Google searches for "how to cut a mullet" are up 128% since the quarantines started being put in place. I hope that means it went from 4 searches to 5, but I'm thinking the numbers are astonishingly higher than that.
Researchers think it has something to do with the searches for "how to cut men's hair" being up 632%, so maybe guys figure if their significant other is cutting it, it's going to look bad anyway?
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Maybe, it's because of Zoom meetings, because your coworkers only see the front of you. Business in the front, party in the back.
My theory? A lot of people were inspired by America's sweetheart, Joe Exotic. He has a GREAT mullet, and doesn't care what people think about it.
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