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Re: who's got the best hat

Postby Nicola Wood » Mon Jul 13, 2009 10:29 am

:lol: :lol: :lol: that's a great shot!
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Re: who's got the best hat

Postby Mark Allery » Mon Jul 13, 2009 11:07 pm

Tee hee hee,

most amusing, and I look forward to receiving your risk assessment!

Risks I can think of are - onlookers dying of amusement, deafness induced by a good doink from a pole whilst wearing a tin can on your head.

So tell us Bob, what's it like to be a sardine in a can? If that had been the show I was at on Saturday it would have been a rusty can,

cheers

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Re: who's got the best hat

Postby Bob_Fleet » Mon Jul 13, 2009 11:32 pm

Was out yesterday and had a sheet of some kind of plastic used as the damp proof course for giant windmills on the ground.
Really great when it rained. We've invented a skating rink.
Would be marvelous in the garden with a hose for the kids.
Could slide for miles, especially if the windmill caught you.

Nobody fell over, no claim Mark so you can breath again.
There would have been one great clang with the armour we have to use though.
BOING ! :cry:
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Re: who's got the best hat

Postby ToneWood » Thu May 31, 2012 10:17 pm

I've been known to wear an old Tilley hat but what of the bowler, boater, pith helmet?
Or (my brother's favourites) the Deer Stalker & flat cap (extra wide)?
Panama, Trilby ... Fedora?
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Hard to beat the broad brimmed hat, in white though. :)
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