What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

Discussion in 'Hats' started by AbbaDatDeHat, Sep 18, 2018.

  1. Great hat Jeff, but sorry to hear the news about Tasha.
     
  2. Short Balding Guy

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    Jeff; Very sorry Jeff. The loss of a true friend is never easy. Dogs have special places in our hearts. I am thinking of you this morning.


    A vtg. Stetson Playboy in pine green was my hat choice this morning. I am enjoying the morning contrary to my facial expression in the hat pic.

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  3. JessieJames

    JessieJames One of the Regulars

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    hat.jpg I wore my 1950 Stetson OR all weekend and my hats normally get a lot of attention but definitely got a lot more attention this time around. This hat is going to get a lot air time, it's my favourite so far, I feel bad for my other hats. I went to a food event and the photographers and videographers kept coming around.

    My favourite moment was when I went into a store, and the store attendant at the entrance went:
    Store attendant: DAYUMMM, nice hat. That hat probably costs more than my entire outfit.
    Me: probably :p

    (LEFT is me getting photographed, RIGHT is me next to an uber tall guy and I just couldn't help it)
     
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  4. drmaxtejeda

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    Dobbs Cross Crountry, from my Moon haul. Last pics are Anthony's[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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  5. Hat and Rehat

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    Today I went with a twill flat cap; one with actual snap. I remember my dad having a couple of these when I was in grade school.
    It's black because this morning we went to the hospital to say our final farewells to my sister, again. It was time for them to part her out to give other people a future. I could have done without it.
    I cleaned my black felts last night, intending to share them with my brother-in-law, brother and nephew for mourmins sake, and I also have three black women's felts that are like loose bowlers with monochrome trims. The may actually be made as mourning hats.
    We were supposed to be there at 5:30, but my wife thought it was 6:00 and woke me late. I knew everyone else would have already gone to the room when we arrived, so nixed felt and grabbed something else black.
    I've never been very excited about flat caps, but like this one.

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  6. Hat and Rehat

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  7. deadlyhandsome

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    Canadian Stetson

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  8. Hat and Rehat

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    Canada?
    Probably mosquito bites.

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  9. GHT

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    Happens to me all the time, must be the old car.
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  10. JessieJames

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    Well then, the next logical step is for me to get an old fancy car.

    I think I'd need to be bumped up by 2 more tax brackets before I allowed myself that luxury
     
  11. deadlyhandsome

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    Sometimes it rains...even in California. :)


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  12. deadlyhandsome

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    You and me both.


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  13. JessieJames

    JessieJames One of the Regulars

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    I like old pens too, got some off my grandpa, I'll smoke a cigar once in a while, I'm like an old man in some ways lol I just need to get into scotch or whiskey (although I did chug a 1oz of Louis XIII before, I really didn't know the price on that one, and the 2nd ounce I got I sipped) and get that old school car. I also do enjoy nice watches, non digital. Too bad we sold my grandpa's old Mercedes a while back.
     
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  14. drmaxtejeda

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    But don't they warn ya?
    It pours, man, it pours.



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  15. AbbaDatDeHat

    AbbaDatDeHat I'll Lock Up

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    60D9D53E-98F2-4D94-ACF9-F28C42993EB4.jpeg 45421677-2D5A-45B3-8CF9-E5F574679870.jpeg 7ACFFABF-C8C4-4E99-8AFE-558C01886F59.jpeg Greetings All:
    Today....confessions of a hat addict, hoarder...whatever.
    I am sitting dwelling on having just committed to selling one of my hats. I’ve never sold one of the kids. It’s one of my 7X CB ORs.
    That hurts just to say it!
    I don’t have anyone to talk to about it, the dog ignored me, cruel dog, thus the post.
    I feel like the dam has broken and damn, it feels weird. It’s not the money, it’s not like i’m deprived, just depraved i guess.
    Thanks, i feel better.

    Knox, old, light as a feather and you all may recognize the signature crease.
    No, that’s not a wind trolley, it’s ribbon.
    Be well. Bowen
     
  16. AbbaDatDeHat

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    So sorry Jeff. I know that heartbreak. After i put down my Malamute, Mariah, took me 25 years to get another companion. People are people but a good dog, we all learn how to live from. So sorry.
    Bowen
     
  17. AbbaDatDeHat

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    H&R:
    My heartfelt grief for you and your family. Prayers for peace and closure during your time of mourning.
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  18. AbbaDatDeHat

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    JJ:
    Let’s see some closeups of that coveted beauty!!
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  19. quikrick

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    It's ok Bowen, You'll be alright. It's ok to be vulnerable every once in a while.
     
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  20. deadlyhandsome

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    Sorry to hear about your loss, Jeff. I can’t imagine a life without my animals, but they can sure break your heart when they move on. Two years ago we had to say goodbye to our lab: none of my children could remember a time he wasn’t with us. He raised my kids as much as I did. He listened to my fears and worries and never judged me. Complete and total unconditional love. I still get choked up.


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