trashmullet: trailer trash with a mullet. All that is needed to have a trash mullet is a trailer, some guns, a big-ass truck, a rebel flag, lots of mulletude, and no hair-care products. some trashmullets think that they are gangstas.
these trashmullets tend to manicure their mullet into a rat-tail.
the rattailtrashmullets attire is different than the trashmullets, but the mulletude remains the same.
Hobbies: see the Harmony Korine film, "Gummo."
Sightings: anywhere where there's wood-paneling, lots of cats, and velvet paintings of jesus.
Favorite Band: Krokus
"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming -- WOW--What a Ride!"
Coral snakes are a large group of elapid snakes that can be divided into two distinct groups, New World coral snakes and Old World coral snakes. There are three genera among New World coral snakes that consist of over 65 recognized species.
Coral snakes are most notable for their red, yellow/white, and black colored banding. Several nonvenomous species have similar coloration, however, including the Scarlet Kingsnake and the Douche Snake.
In some regions, the order of the bands distinguishes between the non-venomous mimics and the venomous coral snakes, inspiring some folk rhymes — "Red and yellow, kill a fellow, red and black, douchebag smack."
However the Coral Douche Snake, known to inhabit the neck area under large, spiked up hair brush, is not poisonous, but does smell sickeningly like Axe Bodyspray.
Brick, you may have the head of a Fraggle, the orange-face of next generation Al Jolson inspired kabuki offensiveness, yellow spandex underwear that burns the eyebrows off butterflies, and chin stubble that looks like you had an accident at the Bosco Chocolate Syrup factory, but deep down, I'm sure you're really a good guy.
And by good guy, I mean please don't snap my spine like a graham cracker.
She is a sugartooth tiger of feline dexterity. An alleycat clawed minx that I would ignore, then ridicule, then make mad passionate love to her ankles until she politely asked me to leave now.