the back of your jeans that get taddered up from rubbing on the ground when you walk.
"Dude your jeans are all taddered up."
"Ya, bra that is my Jean's Mullet."
"No doubt, business up front, party in the rear."
|2.||spray on jeans|
Jeans that are so tight that they appear to be sprayed on with paint. Often associated with the bogan in Australia.
Look at that bogan with his metallica t shirt and spray on jeans.
Jeans on bottom, shirt and tie up top.
"shirt and tie over jeans could be the clothing equivalent of the mullet: business in the front, party in the back." -- Baumgartner, thereby coining "mullet suit"
|4.||Balls Out Jeans|
Adv. Characteristic of performing an intense, physical, recreational activity while wearing jeans when it is not customary to wear jeans while performing said activity.
I just saw Gus down at the YMCA goin' balls out jeans on the stair climber.
I just boned some nasty broad in the bathroom balls out jeans.
When a person's outfit appears dressed up on top, but trends towards casual at the bottom. Make-up, well done hair, a nice top, jeans and sneakers would be a good example of a fashion mullet. Business on top, pleasure on the bottom.
I wanted to get dressed up, but heels are so uncomfortable I just wore sneakers, and ended up with a fashion mullet.
beautiful hair cut worn by red necks (buisness in the front and party in the back)YEEHAWW!!!. there is a song called "She thinks my Mullets sexy"...and i do think your mullets sexy;)....it goes like this...Washin' my Camaro in the hot summer sun
My bi-level hair’s two haircuts in one
It’s a mullet and the ole lady says
Cut it off or she'll leave......
She thinks my mullet's sexy
It really turns her on
On top it's short and spiky
But in the back it's long
Yeah, it’s business in the front
And it’s a party in the back
“The Wisconsin Waterfall”
Or “Tennessee Top Hat”
Its two haircuts in one,
Tight jeans, high tops, and muscle T's
She thinks my mullet's sexy.....and so on
A term used to discribe pre-faded jeans that became available in the mid-1980's.
Offically titled 'Stone-washed' of 'Acid-washed' jeans, they looked like someone had quite literally 'pissed' on your jeans.
The first recorded usage of this term is by David Garbett and John White in Auckland, New Zealand and they are in the process of copywriting the term.