Saturday, October 21, 2006

Bay City Rollers I Only want to be with you

Les McKeown yeah

This was my second Big "crush".

I must have liked him better than the guy from Pilot as I can remember his first and last name!


Anonymous said...

Mullet Lover,
You stated previously that Andre Agassi was your first mullet crush.

flip-flopping again.
Lord you have bad taste

Raspootin said...

He does not have a mullet. Mullets were not around in the 70's

More of an 80's thing.

I would agree that my taste is questionable at times, but LORD what do you want from a 8 year old? I think this was done in 1974.

Anonymous said...


Raspootin said...


Raspootin said...

The mullet became popular in the 1970s, due in part to the influence of English glam rock artist David Bowie, who wore the haircut during his Ziggy Stardust and Diamond Dogs phases. Women also wore the style--Florence Henderson, a star of the sitcom The Brady Bunch, has a mullet in the opening sequence from the show's 1973-1974 season. The hairstyle achieved further popularity in the late 1970s and 1980s among entertainers with receding hairlines such as Anthony Geary of "Luke and Laura" fame from the soap opera General Hospital and the singer Michael Bolton.

In the 1980s, the mullet became big and bouffant, and bemulleted men often indulged in other 1980s hair crazes such as spiked hair and blonde highlights. In the early 1990s, country singer Billy Ray Cyrus's "Achy Breaky" mullet fostered both imitation and ridicule.

ok i guess we are both correct. I do not recall Mullets from the '70, perhaps I was not paying attention.

Anonymous said...

perhaps you're still not.

Raspootin said...

I only pay attention to things that are important.

Anonymous said...

In other words, you post what does not matter.

Excellent waste of time.

Raspootin said...

why thank you anonymous.