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Around the World in Search of Mullets

Is this the most epic expedition of recent years?
No.
It’s a bloke trying to go to every place on Earth with the word ‘mullet’ in its name. You have to be a bit of an idiot to do that…

On the other hand, this is as good an excuse as any to go new places, meet new people, learn new stuff. In which case it’s as valid a journey as any, and a heck of a lot more fun than most…

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  1. Hi BeeJay, thanks for that – I’d never heard of Mullet Gardens, so I’ll have to try to visit sometime given it’s (relatively) handy for me.

    Some time back, however, I stopped adding mullets to the list as it was getting unmanageable. I’m now just trying to visit 28 of them, which is still more than enough of a challenge! Read the full list and more about the mission here.

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  2. Because it’s a hideous cut! But compelling, like a car crash. The book explains more of my love/hate relationship with the haircut. Bung me your address Al and I can pop a copy in the post to you if you like.

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  3. I’m gone to inform my little brother, that he should also visit this webpage on regular basis to take updated from most recent news.

    my homepage; Margie

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