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Washedat

Tom dinning

Registrant*
Never let your wife wash your hat.
It’s been my constant companion for 12 years and never seen the inside of a washing machine.
Only rain to rinse and sunlight to disinfect.
It has seen my hair come and go; and stay gone.
It has been sat on, shat on, eaten from, beaten with, written on, rose with, lost, retreated, lost again, returned with barely a thread out of place.

Now look at it. Now it looks worse than me. Mm.Perhaps not.

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Robert Watcher

Well-known member
It seems I’m missing something here…
My assumption is that you are talking about the picture in the background jutting out of his neck? But then I was trained to always be aware of the background with telephone poles or other things growing out of people. So I may not be seeing what you are referring to either. Maybe the veins in his neck? :unsure: Have no idea what the dew thing is though. BTW - I love raggedy hats like this.
 
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Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
My assumption is that you are talking about the picture in the background jutting out of his neck? But then I was trained to always be aware of the background with telephone poles or other things growing out of people. So I may not be seeing what you are referring to either. Maybe the veins in his neck? :unsure: Have no idea what the dew thing is though. BTW - I love raggedy hats like this.
Sagging neck skin, like dew drops under a leaf!
 
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