Ok I've held off from starting this thread for a while but now I feel is the time. While I was touring around Europe last month I noticed a particular hairstyle on young men that I never thought I'd see while in Europe: the mullet. A hairstyle I thought was strictly a US thing but apparently not! The "Euro-Mullet", as I call it, is mostly popular in the UK. In England it's running rampant. I mean it's EVERYWHERE in London. On the streets, TV programs, etc. But I did notice the hairstyle also in Sweden and I believe France, although I can't be sure. It certainly wasn't as popular in France as elsewhere in Europe. Then again the people with the Euro-Mullet I saw in France might have been from England. At any rate, the Euro-Mullet is a short haircut, usually the front/top is spiked but mostly pointed in a pyramid or triangular-like shape. Sides are short. But the back is unmistakably Mullet. See hastily drawn illustration below. It's as if Europe has taken the Mullet, embraced it and made it their own. I was like "Wow these people have taken the Mullet and actually made it cool!...in a pop punk rock kinda way... Maybe some of our European members can shed some light on this phenomenon. Could the Mullet make a comeback in the U.S.?