Rubber mullet

For those Brits of my generation, the phrase rubber mullet may well bring back traumatic memories of Timmy Mallet and his big, pink, foam hammer. If it doesn’t, be thankful. Be very tankful!

When I hear the word mullet, I always think of Billy Ray Cyrus. It’s not that I’m a big country fan, but as celeb mullets go, I think Billy really got it right … or really got it wrong, depending on how you feel about the hairstyle.

My favourite description of the mullet is … Business at the front, party at the back.

I always thought this was unique to hair cuts, but courtesy of my Tumblr feed and Bianca Beauchamp, it turns out the Mullet Philosophy can extend to rubberwear too.

Whilst I acknowledge the spanking dress is nothing new, it did strike me that this example perfectly illustrated the principal of Business at the front, party at the back.

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