Mike, that sounds like my son. Like your wife, I don't understand, either LOL|
Reply #21. Mar 18 12, 5:56 PM
My son has many hats, but I am not a hat person...:)|
Reply #22. Mar 18 12, 8:17 PM
Hey postcards2go, I guess I really don't understand it either. Most of them I have never worn. I guess that my wife has a point. But then again, why does she have so many shoes? She only has two feet.|
Reply #23. Mar 19 12, 10:49 AM
I am a guy and I have been wearing a hat for the last 20 years or so. I am not bald, I just like bowler hats .|
Reply #24. Mar 21 12, 12:44 AM
When I was a late teen, I used to wear a greek fisherman's cap. Wore it 'til it was thready and the liner practically didn't exist. I thought it was so in. I still have it. Somewhere. :^)|
In the Army I learned about 'taking your cover off' when entering indoors. I have kept that ideal with me.
I wear the occasional hat of my favorite teams. Not much these days though.
Is it true that in some places if you place your hat on the bar you have to buy the patrons a round?
Reply #25. Mar 21 12, 8:58 AM
Update to my post #3 about the lost hat. It has seen the light of day once more. It was rediscovered in the loft about a year ago (Feb 2011), at the bottom of a box of books and toys. In other boxes were a tailored wool worsted skirt and five leather handbags I'd been looking for for years. I suspect that they'd been there for about 14 years. |
Reply #26. Mar 21 12, 11:53 AM
I always wear a hat. It must be something to do with my time in the Navy; one of the worst things you could do was go outside "uncovered." I prefer a baseball type hat; many display messages designed to offend liberals, so they serve a dual purpose.|
Reply #27. Mar 21 12, 12:08 PM
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