People with mullets have more fun than those who don’t – enjoying more nights out, spicier food and a better wardrobe, according to research.
A study of 2,000 adults, 500 of whom sport a mullet, found those with the ‘party at the back’ enjoy an average of five nights out a month.
While the non-mulleted folk lagged behind with an average of only three.
Being a free spirit, somewhat mischievous and ‘doing the unexpected’, topped a list of attributes those with the 80s inspired look, believe they have.
While those with more conventional cuts were less likely to think of themselves as a fashion-follower, and only seven per cent like to ‘make an impression’ when they’re out.
A spokesperson for Foxy Bingo, which commissioned the research to launch its ‘mullet-only salon’ in Newcastle, said: “It’s no surprise to us that those with mullets are having more fun.
“There’s a real mullet movement happening as people get more experimental with their styles.
“We’re also on the hunt to find the UK’s ‘foxiest’ mullet, offering mullet-goers the chance to win a gift card worth £2,023.”
Portrait of Rod Stewart. The Scottish rock musician is on a promotional tour in Germany to support the “Rock over Germany” Festival.Where: Frankfurt:Main, Hessen, GermanyWhen: 11 Apr 1995Credit: Oliver Berg/picture-alliance/Cover Images
‘Party in the back’
The research also found the UK’s mulleted masses are more likely to prefer spicy food, are less likely to settle down to a game of monopoly – and twice as likely to suggest a saucy game of truth or dare.
Mulleted individuals also self-describe themselves as more ‘influential’ in their friend groups than those with more traditional trims (66 per cent vs 37 per cent).
And they also socialise with colleagues a lot more than people with more conservative haircuts.
The study also saw Rod Stewart’s blow-dried masterpiece named the best celebrity mullet of all

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