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I believe 'flequillo' means bangs.
The mullet is a haircut, very popular in the eighties... Macgyver hair. :p
Thanks for the explanation, SpookyGirl. In that case, I think bangs are the national Spanish hairstyle, not mullet.

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is it just me or is it that spanish people are good-looking in general?

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I agree that there's a significant number of Spanish girls wearing that kind of same style haircut... is not only bangs... it's not really the mullet style either.. it's jut a bang hairdo wz shortter hair on the top and growing longer on the lower layers

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Yes TeeKay, I also find Spanish people very good looking

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^^Great looks! Thank you for sharing those photos lifeis. Gracias!

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I'm just coming back from Barcelona and saw what I guess is the trendy look overthere, as I went to Razzmatazz (Vive La Fête concert...) and then hang out with some of the "arty" scene - well that's what i heard and guessed as most of them did the BAC07 exhibit', some of them worked for Modorra, H, Neo2 etc.

imo, Barcelona's kids try a lot to look like the londoners clubkids but with their own crazy touch...
which is good...
and I think they are too much H&M too... but it's ok...
to me the typical spanish gay boy is : skinny jeans, big white trainers, big bag and mustache... but then you have the Bear community and then the Salvation/Appolo(?) scene... which is very different, I learnt...

but what I liked the most is the fact people are mixing together with no pb...
I mean in France, it's almost impossible to hang out with someone from VIIth arr. when you're from the bad "banlieue".... and in Spain people don't really care to hang out in Raval area eventhough they live next the tourist places (Catalunya etc.)....

it was a very funny trip... eventhough I think Barcelona is very dirty and people are not very polite (in the french meaning....) and I hated it when I was like
"heu hola... heu... donde esta...heu do you speak english? ok... where is the xxxxxx ... ? how much is this? etc." and people were answering me in catalan.... aaaaaaaahhhh I hated it... so I was like "ok, gracias" and then "what a b**** didn't she understand i wasn't catalan or even spanish!!!!!"

and maybe we met for the NYE... ahah... I was in the Raval area...

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I'm just coming back from Barcelona and saw what I guess is the trendy look overthere, as I went to Razzmatazz (Vive La Fête concert...) and then hang out with some of the "arty" scene - well that's what i heard and guessed as most of them did the BAC07 exhibit', some of them worked for Modorra, H, Neo2 etc.

imo, Barcelona's kids try a lot to look like the londoners clubkids but with their own crazy touch...
which is good...
and I think they are too much H&M too... but it's ok...
to me the typical spanish gay boy is : skinny jeans, big white trainers, big bag and mustache... but then you have the Bear community and then the Salvation/Appolo(?) scene... which is very different, I learnt...

but what I liked the most is the fact people are mixing together with no pb...
I mean in France, it's almost impossible to hang out with someone from VIIth arr. when you're from the bad "banlieue".... and in Spain people don't really care to hang out in Raval area eventhough they live next the tourist places (Catalunya etc.)....

it was a very funny trip... eventhough I think Barcelona is very dirty and people are not very polite (in the french meaning....) and I hated it when I was like
"heu hola... heu... donde esta...heu do you speak english? ok... where is the xxxxxx ... ? how much is this? etc." and people were answering me in catalan.... aaaaaaaahhhh I hated it... so I was like "ok, gracias" and then "what a b**** didn't she understand i wasn't catalan or even spanish!!!!!"

and maybe we met for the NYE... ahah... I was in the Raval area...
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