. This attempt at style is the modern-day equivalent of the "business in front, party in back" mentality of the never-popular mullet
. Bears some resemblance to the almost detachable appearance of the mullet and always worn by a douchebag
convinced that he runs with the kool kids.
"I thought she was hot, then I saw her out with that dude
from marketing with the face mullet. Hot no more yo
A goatee. This pattern of facial hair, out of style since the US Civil War, has made a strong comeback in the early 21st century, replacing the venerable mullet haircut as a favored form of self expression (second only to tattoos) amoung those who wear "wife-beater" T-shirts and watch cars with numbers on them go around in circles. Thus, it has been dubbed "The Mullet of the 21st Century."
google NASCAR, country music, or Budweiser and you'll get plenty of examples of the face mullet.