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A beautiful stroll in the park isn't complete without at least one mullet sighting. Using the stealth hunting technique, this image was fairly simple to capture. Julio was none the wiser.
Eastbrook Flea Market
While shopping for new bed sheets at the local flea market, a mulltastic child happened to show up. Being a model once before, Hunter was more than willing to show off his perfectly groomed mullet.
Standing on Tallapoosa St., this may be the single most glorious moment of the trip. Not only is this fine hustler smooth with the pickup lines, but he has also mastered the mullet. Ladies, you know where to find him!
Every year the FleaGrass Festival brings live music, food and mullets together. Leading the dancing, eating and mullet showcasing was Marsha with her super light highlights and purple tinted glasses - absolutely fabulous!
Whataburger had some great photo ops, but this one iced the cake. Matching his greasy eating habits with a greased back schlong, Buck is an all-around winner of life.
Once again using the stealth technique, Cletus was captured in his natural habitat in the frozen foods aisle of Winn-Dixie eyeing up his choices for dinner.