The daily adventures of a fabulous poof in an emotional jungle. Watch as imagination, fact and fiction blur into an insane life dependent on outrageousness and an occasional venomous jibe.
If I know I'll be spending hours in the sun I do. My poor scalp says thanks when I remember.
Nuh-uh. When I tried on a trilby I looked like a pilgrim. I have a big head and am concerned about 'hat-hair', so even in the winter I don't bother.
Personally, I prefer a helmet.
What a hunk! Gosh, that guy's gorgeous... And she's so elegant! Nice pic, Minge! You know how to make the sun shine!!!
It's a scene from one of my favourite musicals, Company. My favourite song is The Ladies Who Lunch. The guy is Dean Jones. Hot or what?
Hot? What about boiling?... (I'd checked the link, thanks!)
I wear a baseball hat a lot, or a skelly. Nothing fashionable. Only for keeping the hair out of my face when the sunroof is open, or heading off to school to be with the boys and trying not to look my best intentionally, or having an off hair day, been at the lake you know...
I wear a black-and-white-checked woollen farmer-style cap.It's true.
I bet you look very fetching, Harry.
i wear baseball caps or my woolly beany, does that count?
"black-and-white-checked woollen farmer-style cap"Hmmm. A cowboy hat?A baseball hat with DeKalb on the front?Hmmm?
a ball cap
I have a black hat,my hair. haha.
I never was a fan of hats but I do wear my MSU ball cap every now and then. However, I absolutely loved my garrison cap but for very good reasons, I can't wear it in public.
I've never worn anything whatsoever on my head, unless my hair, which btw I like very much, thank you... Well, as a child I had to wear some silly things mothers always think they look so cute on their kids' heads... But that's long gone...
I used to wear hats all the time as I has issues about my bald patch. I just don't care any more.
I am shocked and dismayed that not ONE of the seventeen comments on this post makes even the slightest reference to the fabulous and amazingly talented LEGEND in the photograph.Poor Elaine.
PJS - we are shocked and dismayed together.
I believe you both must have read them far too quickly, haven't you? I did say she is very elegant. I'm sorry if I cannot say more about her... :-)
Ric is right, I spoke too soon. Elaine's smoky, early-70's elegance was referenced.But still.I'm just sayin. I worship the woman.
... A woman - not an impersonation of any kind - HAS to be very elegant to hold a cigarette in her hand just like that... You can SEE that gesture is natural!
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