It probably says something that I can think of several people off the top of my head
who would love to have one of these hanging in their offices/homes.
So if you've been reading this blog for any length of time, you've probably noticed that I tend rely pretty dang heavily on themes. Most of the time, it's a theme for each individual post, sometimes it's a one-day-of-the-week themed thing, and if I'm feeling really
And that's all well and good, but sometimes it's hard to make a theme work for one entire post. Like, "trying to translate Aramaic into Klingon" hard, because I'll find a hat here and there that I really like but I can't find enough in that style to make a post out of it, and unless it's a really, really nifty hat, I just don't feel justified in devoting a post to one solitary hat.
This fleecy periodic table of elements hat is so adorkable in concept that you'd think there'd be tons of hats like them around, but strangely enough, only one shop seems to offer them.
Considering the continuing popularity of the Harry Potter series, one would think there would be tons of Potterverse-related hats out there. And yet, this I Heart Quidditch hat is the only one I could find.
Also, what is it with the wealth of Princess-Leia-bun hats, but this is pretty much the only Spock-ears hat I can find? Are Trekkies still not prevalent enough in society, or what?
And just because it exists, here's an Android hat:
Which I like to think is a mark of the awesomeness of the Droid. Because honestly: When was the last time you saw an iPhone hat? Yeah. I rest my case.
So in closing, the reason why all these hats are lumped together is because they're so stinkin' rad that they're the only ones that exist. Which I suppose is a theme in and of itself, and while it may not be a particularly satisfying one, it's one I can live with.
And on that note, see you Friday!