A popular hair style among males in the southeast United States. It is characterized by long, thick bangs that completely cover the forehead. It is thought by many to have originated in the state of Alabama.
John Boy done got his Bama Bangs stuck in the threshing machine.
A popular hairstyle among young men in the Southeastern United States, so called because it most likely originated in Alabama. Most prevalent among students at schools in the Southeastern Conference (SEC). Brought to attention by CBS Sportsline columnist Clay Travis and the MTV reality show "Two-A-Days: Hoover High."
Did y'all watch "Two-A-Days" last night? Man, Ross was rockin' the Bama Bangs!
I went tailgating at Auburn and felt like I was in a sea of Bama Bangs.
A hair style popular amongst redneck males found most prevelant in the Deep South region of the United States that can best be described as a cross between a Moe Howard bowl cut and an English sheep dog; thus giving them the appearance of a depressed Hobbitt with Downes Syndrome.
I heard Justin Beiber cut off his Bama Bangs
because he was tired of being mistaken for a girl.