Learn how to give your hamster a mullet hairstyle

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Learn how to give your hamster a mullet hairstyle

Designed for the “above-average mullet enthusiast,” those who love that short-on-the-top, long-in-the-back hairstyle can turn to this site, with sections devoted to children, females, Latinos, mullet “hybrids” and mullet merchandise. The site offers other names for the unique hairstyle, including “ape drape,” “Tennessee waterfall,” “10/90” (in reference to the ratio of hair in front to back), “business on top-party out back,” “achy-breaky-big mistakey,” and “yep-nope.”
Don’t miss the ode to the mullet, or important, researched scientific information such as the fact that “the American trailer femullet is a fairly large group within the mullet community.”

It takes a special breed of football player to make it on this Web site. For one thing, you must fit the physical criteria to be featured ― you must be ugly enough. The site includes pictures that date from the 1980s to the present, and is dedicated to the wives, streakers and fans of the sport.

The Webmaster for this site claims to be a “black belt in Street Fighter 2 and a second degree black belt in Mortal Kombat 1-3.” The Web site features sections explaining ninja gear, a Q&A about ninjas, a ninja timeline, as well as links to sites where ninjas tees may be purchased. But before visitors delve too deeply into the site, they are encouraged to get “pumped, really really pumped.” To help, short movies scripts are included, including “Ninja, Please.” Scenario: Ninjas are all wearing black and looking totally sweet. Music pumps in the background to really get the audience into the ninja “zone.”

This interactive Web site declares: “This chatterbot is an expert on talking about hamsters ― and nothing else.” You sign in and are then free to ask away the most random questions about hamsters. Food: We will eat almost anything (broccoli, Kraft Dinner, yogurt). Origin of name: Hamsters get their name from the German hamstern, meaning “to hoard.” No need to hoard this site.

by Joe Yong-hee
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