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    I tried to go to work on Halloween as Alex from A Clockwork Orange w my black English bowler
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    Quote Originally Posted by Down Up Dick View Post
    A coupla days ago I got a very short haircut-almost a crew cut. I have a very large head, so now my hats will fit better.

    I had my hair whacked off because Iím very tired of trying to make it look good. I wear hats all the time anyhow.
    Chop it yourself then spend the savings on hats. That sounds like a solid plan. Hair is overrated (although mine is fairly thick).
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    My haircut doesn’t look good now, but, after about 70 years of messing with it, I’m satisfied. I spent 21 years in the Air Force and had to keep it the way they wanted it. About a year ago, it was down past my shoulders, and I had a beard too. I looked like an old, weird hippy. Then I got a regular “man’s” haircut and tried to make it look good. But it’s like baby hair and does whatever it wants.

    So now it’s gone. I can smooth it with my hand, slap a hat on, and I’m ready ta go.
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    My hat acquisition syndrome is a little different.... ukes.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by JesterBlod View Post
    My hat acquisition syndrome is a little different.... ukes.jpg
    Cute.
    Kala "Spalted" baritone - Lo D GBD
    Kala tenor eight string - gG cC EE AA

    Luna "Peace" concert - Lo - G CEA
    Flea "Red" concert - Hi-G CEA -
    Kala "Exotic Mahogany" soprano - Hi-A DF#B

    Mahalo yellow "Smiley" soprano (Dad's Day gift) - C
    Ka-Lai Pineapple soprano (old) gift - C

    Two ukes are better than one. Uh, whatís better than two?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JesterBlod View Post
    My hat acquisition syndrome is a little different.... ukes.jpg
    Wow! Where do you get all of your ukulele hats? I only have two - a Santa hat and a pink hat that my ukulele wore at the Women's March on January 21.


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    Haha. Beanies for ukuleles. Now that is cute.

    However. If you can get a mini fedora on a uke..

    I'll be impressed.
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    Akubra:Snowy River x2, Coolabah, Hemp Range
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    Wippell's: Canterbury cap
    Various ventilated hats.
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    They come free on top of some smoothies you can get over here - then money is donated to charity. the website is http://www.thebigknit.co.uk lit has ots of hat patterns to copy....


    Quote Originally Posted by mds725 View Post
    Wow! Where do you get all of your ukulele hats? I only have two - a Santa hat and a pink hat that my ukulele wore at the Women's March on January 21.

    Ziegenspeck Spruce and Yew Tenor, Howlett Mahogany Concert, KM Tenor Mahogany, Howlett Spruce and Walnut Tenor scale Concert, Alder Concert and a couple of others.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debussychopin View Post
    Haha. Beanies for ukuleles. Now that is cute.

    However. If you can get a mini fedora on a uke..

    I'll be impressed.
    Check out this - http://www.thebigknit.co.uk/uploads/...f2814ac5fd.pdf now all you have to do is find someone to knit it for you!
    Ziegenspeck Spruce and Yew Tenor, Howlett Mahogany Concert, KM Tenor Mahogany, Howlett Spruce and Walnut Tenor scale Concert, Alder Concert and a couple of others.....

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