One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Dazed and uncomprehending.‘he sat there like a stunned mullet’
- ‘The actor is once again faintly awful, most of the time acting like a stunned mullet instead of exhibiting any real emotion.’
- ‘They all sit there like stunned mullets, saying they really do not know what to do with this bill.’
- ‘The food companies just sit there like stunned mullets as their customers and products are demonized.’
- ‘They walk into Parliament like stunned mullets.’
- ‘The blogs are like stunned mullets over why no one is taking much notice of him and his book.’
- ‘He looked like a stunned mullet on the stage when the balloons came down.’
- ‘I am trapped helplessly in the middle like a stunned mullet.’
- ‘He sat there like a stunned mullet when I asked him whether he believed the speech.’
- ‘I sat like a stunned mullet trying to absorb that this entire event to raise money is centred on the celebration of my life.’
- ‘You don't want to be left looking like a stunned mullet when he starts talking, while the masses nod knowingly in agreement with him.’
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