You spoke, we listened. Back by popular demand, welcome to this week's Mug-Shot Monday, a longstanding franchise focusing on the week's most eye-catching mugs from South Florida's tat heads, tough guys, derp faces, and femmes fatale.
Chic Prison Wear for the Fashion-Forward Inmate Wow. A whole lot of plunging neckline in this jumper. From what we hear, this was like the J-Lo dress of Cell Block B -- immediately polarizing, spurring great debate and legions of imitators.
If You're Going to Sport Hard Chest Tats, You Probably Want to Shave. But Beware... JERRY: Are you nuts? I don't want her to think I'm one of those low-rise-briefs guys who shaves his chest. KRAMER: You can't keep this up. Don't you know what's going to happen? Every time you shave it, it's going to come in thicker and fuller and darker.
The Starfish The police are currently looking for this guy. Last seen: playing space tuba at the Mos Eisley Cantina.
New 'Do This is kind of the flip side of your standard white-trash mullet: party up top, business down below. At Supercuts, they call it the pineapple.
You're Killing Me Smalls It's a real shocker when you realize the kid passed out on the end of the couch who you've been sniffing paint thinner with all day was the chubby sidekick in your favorite kid flick.
Hunting Season Got to love a woman in camo.
Rodrigo, the Wheelman The cops have been tracking down the Bowery Boys 2.0 for years. The intel in the file says most of the gang members were wash-outs from Lower East Side garage rock bands circa 2005. Then the scene went bust. In need for money for expensive salon appointments, almond butter and Russian-lingerie model girlfriends, a number of guys banded together, began hitting banks. They never looked back.
"If You Don't Stop, I'm Going to Pull This Bus Over." I've seen this look before. For sure. Sixth grade. Morning bus route. Miss Jane, the driver. Catching me slapping little Paulie Daniels across the back of the neck. You don't fuck with this look. Miss Jane wasn't wearing a shirt either, which looking back... was a little strange...
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