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    Default It's just a little long in the back

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    Quote Originally Posted by Francois
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    Neither do I. The usual expression for something (or someone) which is old and worn looking is 'A little long in the tooth'
    Does this help?

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    *Bump*

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    I presume the long in the back idea refers to the mullet hairstyle.

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    <click> !

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