Utah claw
 n.— «Do you have the equivalent of what we know here as the Utah Claw. Long straight hair styled down with the bangs flipped up defying gravity and lacquered with hair spray to withstand hurricane winds?» —“Re: Application to Live in New Jersey” by Robert Nelson (rnelson@library.utah.edu) Usenet: alt.tv.sopranos Mar. 17, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)