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How do you say "mullet" in Spanish?

Asked by adrifoxx (69points) March 22nd, 2010

Is there actually a word for the hairstyle?

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ucme's avatar

Julio Iglesias?

adrifoxx's avatar

haha that is true.

La_Guerrera_Mas_Funki's avatar

“Cresta” is the mohawk-mullet that persists to be popular in Spain. The dready-mullet is “greñas”.

Silhouette's avatar

I don’t know but I’m intrigued that you want to know.

poisonedantidote's avatar

i second “greñas” ... can also be any kind of long scruffy hair.

adrifoxx's avatar

muchas gracias. :)

La_Guerrera_Mas_Funki's avatar

@prolificus Jajajajaaa——you’d be surprised how hip “crestas” are in Spain. It’s not a redneck thing at all. More of a young urbanite thing.

juniper's avatar

In Colombia the young people call them “colas,” which means “tails.”

I was in Medellin, Colombia this winter and 90% of the young people in the city had mullets. Seriously. Hard core mullets, too!

bob_'s avatar

It’s called “pareces un idiota”.

ZEPHYRA's avatar

Como? Very confusio!!!!

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