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August 22, 2005

It's a Sport


Tales from the Des Moines Fair:

"These are the rules for the mullet hunt," Sandy Davis announces to the six other women, her pink "Mullet Hunters" shirt catching curious glances from the people around her. "Then we'll get going."

The rules are simple and to the point.

1. Find the mullet.

2. Verify. The mullet must be three times longer out back than up top, and it must extend from the bottom of the hair.

3. Get the mullet man's (or woman's) name. Record it in the team's official Mullet notebook.

4. Mark the target. Use the Homer Simpson "Mmmm Mullet!" stamp to ensure this mullet cannot be used by the opposition.

5. Return in one hour to crown a Mullet Champion.

Got one: Sandy Davis stamps the hand of Arthur Slaughter of Pratt, Kan., on Monday. Davis' group took part in a mullet hunt, tracking down people sporting mullet hairdos at the Iowa State Fair.

Kim Burch, happily drinking vodka and Kool-Aid, starts frantically clapping her hands. "Come on, come on, come on, let's go, come on!"


Posted by Lawren at August 22, 2005 08:11 AM | Trackbacks (0)

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Drinking and chasing mullets. Is this what all those former farm wives are doing these days? John Mellencamp was a prophet.

Says: Nanc' at August 22, 2005 09:47 AM

I'm really not that surprised. And I'm from Iowa.

Says: Michelle at August 22, 2005 07:28 PM

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