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My Hat Collection. It's Not Big. But It Means A Lot To Me

My Hat Collection. It's Not Big. But It Means A Lot To Me

When I was a young wharthog, I had lots of hair. I wore it long and took good care of it. But as I grew older, and my headtop acrage started to recede I became concerned about protecting my forehead from potential solar devastation and so began acquiring hats.

Today, there are very few days when I don't, at the very least, have a hat with me. As a result of this penchant, I have acquired, over the years, a bit of a collection, which I am happy to share with you today.

My Hat Collection. It's Not Big. But It Means A Lot To MeSo there you go. This is the only collection that I actually have. I probably won't add much to it going forward but you never know. Anyway hope you enjoyed my hat collection as much as I do. Have a great Sunday

My Hat Collection. It's Not Big. But It Means A Lot To Me

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Renée 🐝 Cormier 27/9/2016 · #16

#12 Good to know! It's all part of your charm. ☺

Jim Murray 27/9/2016 · #15

#6 Froilan Perez...Oh God...that would be weird. My wife is always bitching about hats all over the place as it is.

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Jim Murray 27/9/2016 · #14

#10 Thanks @Michael Dowling

Jim Murray 27/9/2016 · #12

#9 @Renée Cormier. It's not worth a whole piece. I have chewed on toothpick ever since I quit smoking. Back in the 1970s. Also I have a condition known as RTic Syndrome, which is a mild form of Tourettes, and one of the ticks is teeth grinding. So the tooth pick is a buffer between my top and bottom teeth. Not very romantic. but there you have it.

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#9 I agree Renee - great idea!

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Michael Dowling 27/9/2016 · #10

I like the way you write.

Renée 🐝 Cormier 27/9/2016 · #9

Now that I understand your attachment to hats (and you do look rather swell in them), you will have to write a buzz on your attachment to toothpicks. LOL

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Don 🐝 Kerr 27/9/2016 · #8

Follow the toothpick. Must be bad form to display the pick when wearing the fedora!

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