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Second only to indoor scarf wearers. If they wear both then it's game over.
I bet they add 'x' to texts they send to male friends too.
like an elephant with a bag of peanuts
ok by me.
ok, ONE date at Nandos and that is it
Hats are shit
Oh it used to make me SO ANGRY but I wasn't that bothered because the joke was on him as the hat made his head look like a pea :D
He used to carry the tramp cat around in a blue carrier bag and I would carry the tins back from the shop in my arms.
when I wear a baseball cap. Judgemental bastards are mistaking me for a shiftless youth.
So... sort of in between?
A gentleman knows to remove his headwear upon entering any enclosed space. Whether other people are there or not.
Anything else is unseemly and uncouth.
If you are cold, ask the driver of the means of public transport to increase the heating.
Or, snuggle up to other commuters to conserve heat.
But ALWAYS remove your head adornements when inside.
What are they hiding?
If I could, I would wear them whenever I can.
People who wear trilbys are the scum of the earth.
baseball (in moderation)
wooly hats (if on a mountain)
the monopoly one
and when I looked around, he was wearing a bowler hat and a tie over a t-shirt.
I think you misheard, he was going on about all of the droogs he's done.
Panama hats that keep the sun out of your eyes when watching cricket - okay.
Tilley hats that keep the sun out of your eyes when hiking - okay.
All other hats, especially trilbys and flat caps - okay on the over 70s.
It's a shame, as I'd really like to wear a trilby, but there's basically no way that a young chap can do it without effectively admitting that they're a grade A cumwipe.
Not sure that my nan would look good in a fez.
it's a shame there isn't a 'smart' hat that a young man can wear to look smart and gentlemanly. I blame the Kooks.
marckee's nan might be interested though
Ataturk banned them as he thought that they made the Turkish people an object of ridicule - after he was bullied as a child for wearing one when he was growing up in Greece.
(you can't tell, but I'm saying this like 'atta-boy!')
great, I'm making jokes Steve Punt made 20 years ago
to let people know I have special needs.
And a guiness mug, because I like to drink my beer out of a mug made for the containment of hot beverages.
Sometimes I just down't take a hat off because my hair would look like this: http://tinyurl.com/49y4eam
Not wearing a hat in the first place may have remedied this modern day malady.
life dealt me a shitty hand follicle-wise. Now you wanna take hats from me too? Fuck all y'all!
Sometimes I wear a trilby. Haters gon' hate.
I can very rarely be bothered to sort my hair out in the morning before work.
also people who wear sunglasses on stage, they may use the excuse of very bright stage lights but we all know its because they are cunts.
Woolly hat/beanie - worn for warmth, thus it should be removed indoors.
Homburg/fedora - that's an outdoor hat, so it should be removed inside.
Bowler hat - you'd be wearing that on the way to your banking job, so you should take it off when you get to the office.
Top hat - you should take that off so the rabbit doesn't suffocate.
Baseball cap - if it's a regular baseball cap, then you'll be bald or have AIDS/lukemia, so you're allowed to wear it inside. Likewise if it's one of those fashionable new hats that rappers wear, because it's probably part of your 'look', although you should take it off in restaurants/if you're sitting down to a meal.
Wizard's hat - you should probably keep that on so people know you're a wizard. Also, if you take it off, people might expect the robe to follow.
keep it under your normal hat, it's your little secret
If we are going to head back to the days when wearing a suit and a fedora were cool, then we need proper schooling on matters like these.
I cant trust people who wear hats
Basically, SUCK IT... I wear hats everywhere.
There were a trio of English guys who sat at a table next to us in the hotel restaurant most nights. One of them was about 20 or so, he wore a baseball cap to dinner every night.
Now, I wouldn't wear a hat indoors personally, but couldn't care less what anyone else does. However, on our last night a middle aged gent with a West Country accent stormed up to their table and demanded that this guys remove his hat. He declined and a heated discussion ensued. Later on the same guy returned returned to their table and again insisted that he removed his hat. The young man and his friends remained polite throughout, but maintained that it was none of his business.
The middle aged guy stormed off and proceeded to harangue the waiting staff about various trivialities and complain to the restaurant manager about dress codes, etiquette and much else besides. It turned out that he was a retired police officer, doubtless still getting over the fact that nobody had to pay any attention to anything he said anymore.
I'm trying to come to terms with this being the first season I'm missing since 2002.
There was a man wearing a woolly hat on the treadmill at my gym last night.
Great snow for first half of the week, but it was pretty icy over the last couple of days.
We stayed in Les Arcs 1600 which is TINY, there are only really 3 bars. I'd stayed in Les Arcs 2000 previously which is a lot more lively. Great resort in terms of sheer size and scale, but it lacks the atmosphere of Meribel for example.
Trying to decide where to go in March...Chamonix is tempting, but I miss Austria. Austrian resorts definitely win on the architecture/food score too.
It was reasonably lively, but the atmosphere definitely suffers from the resort being so fragmented. Pretty decent boarding to be had from what I remember though.
I'm off to New Zealand in December (hopefully) and currently thinking about stopping off in Japan for a week's boarding before heading down to New Zealand for a couple of weeks of SUNNNNSHHHHHIIIINNNEE.
Anyone been to Japan for ski/boarding?
Says it's incredible. The Japanese don't generally do tree runs, so lots of powder to be had...
and broke his collar bone on the first run!
The difference in price for adding a stopover in Japan is about another £100 to the flight price, which is handy.
at the fact that it was a ski resort, and so there were no black people to beat up.
it was like err....normal, I live in Dorset!
when its cold to keep me warm.
Men who think flat caps or trilbys are in some way cool make me angry. Like the bloke who did the song from Donnie Darko or Pete Doherty.
So do men who wear sunglasses when it's cloudy or, even worse, when it's dark.
So do men who wear their hoods up indoors. In a club in Norwich once I pulled a man's cagoule hood down and yelled 'It's Not Fucking Raining Dickhead' at him.