28.1.07

Hats

I think I am going to start wearing a hat. That way, when something bad or frustrating happens, I can throw my hat to the ground. It is a surprisingly powerful gesture.

Yes, if I wore a hat, everyone would be on my side.

7 comments:

zhoen said...

Especially if it is a heavy hat. If it has feathers, it just won't work as well.

Michelle said...

I want to wear glasses so I will be perceived as smarter.

Pacian said...

@Z: You're quite right. I'll have to consider the aerodynamics of the hat I choose. Perhaps one of those pointy Robin Hood hats...

@M: I perceive women in glasses as cuter, but that's another story.

tinker said...

Well, I have to say that's a much more civilized gesture of frustration than the one I usually see! It's usually fingers rather than hats, that are flipped around here. Your gesture is much more creative.

Geosomin said...

Definitely go for the hat. They get my vote - not enough hats being worn anymore if you ask me (ballcaps don't count). They just add a dash of character and personality.
Plus they're great if you want to show your disgust at something and leave, you could dramatically grab your had and say "Well, then good day to you sir!", swoop on your hat on and stride off.

Diddums said...

I received a comment to do with hats being thrown on the ground on one of my older posts (nothing to do with hats). Sounds like a reply to this post of yours, but I hadn't read this at the time, so I didn't realize that. The blogosphere can be peculiar...

Pacian said...

@T: In general, I prefer flipping four letter words from my tongue.

@G: Yes, see! The more you think about it, the better you realise it is!

@D: Well, I'm confused.