Ah, Monday. That day upon which the majority of us return to our respective places of employment after having been granted a day or two off in order to relax, catch up on cleaning around the house or debauch ourselves mercilessly (according to each individual's personal taste/priorities,) which results in all of us lurching and lumbering around like a vexation of zombies.*
So, when you consider that many of us are now coming off of a four-day weekend (re: Thanksgiving,) the zombie metaphor is even stronger, especially when you consider the sheer amount of turkey eaten over the past four days (tryptophan, FTW.) Which is why today, we'll be talking about zombie hats.
Yes, they exist. There's not as many as one would like, but I'm thinking that's because zombie hats are a niche market. Besides, everyone knows zombies make everything cooler. Just ask Jane Austen. Pride & Prejudice was never so awesome as when zombies were thrown into the mix.
This one is actually kind of cute, for an undead hat. Just look at that little tongue, sticking out of the mouth. And the X-ed out eyes definitely sell the "dead" angle, but not so certain about the "undead".This one is decidedly undead, and definitely more creepy. Y'know, what with the eye popping out and all that. But I'm not sure about the mouth being stitched shut, since zombies kind of need those for the eating of the brains.
But then again, it is a hat. It's right next to the brains, so the mouth would be kind of superfluous.
Remember the squids from Obey My Brain? Apparently, they even make a zombie squid hat. Because--as I pointed out earlier--zombies make everything better, and that includes cephalopods.
Now, where was I? Oh, yeah. Brains. Braaaains.
*This is the proper collective noun for zombies, according to this. It's a pretty handy item to have bookmarked, and I will get this as a poster one day. Oh, yes, I will.