Commonly found in North Carolina, this is a stylish, dare I say "avant-garde" take on the traditional Mullet. Unlike a regular Mullet the Carolina Hybrid has less going on in the back (between 2-9 inches less, depending on which County you're in). It holds only somewhat of a resemblance to its famous cousins from the west, the Tennessee Tophat and the Alabama Waterfall. This quaff is quite popular around the start of the NASCAR season because the tapered design allows the neck to breathe during hot race days.
"Look Honey, he has a Mississippi Mudflap. That's hot"
"No Dear, that's obviously a Carolina Hybrid. I want one"