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Winter Headwear ( Non Itchy)

Now the temperature has plummeted in Britain this week, just wondering if any lifers had any tips for suitable headgear (non itchy) as I really struggle to find any to keep my bonce warm.
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  • edited October 31
    Open goal. Photos please, this thread has a lot of potential.
  • How about a nice thermal fleece lined beanie.
  • Are you a hipster
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  • edited October 31
    Yup,my recommendation is a wig.
    Here, try this.
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  • Pull your foreskin over your head it's what it's for
  • iainment said:

    Now the temperature has plummeted in Britain this week, just wondering if any lifers had any tips for suitable headgear (non itchy) as I really struggle to find any to keep my bonce warm.

    Plummeted? I am still wandering around outside in just my shirt. People are absolutely feeble about temperature.
    Especially old people.
  • iainment said:

    Now the temperature has plummeted in Britain this week, just wondering if any lifers had any tips for suitable headgear (non itchy) as I really struggle to find any to keep my bonce warm.

    Plummeted? I am still wandering around outside in just my shirt. People are absolutely feeble about temperature.
    Especially old people.
    Well by many definitions I'm old so that's not necessarily true.
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  • Thinsulate fleece hat, cheap as chips, macho, snug, no itch, buy, job done.
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  • Thinsulate fleece hat, cheap as chips, macho, snug, no itch, buy, job done.

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  • JohnBoyUK said:

    Pull your foreskin over your head it's what it's for

    Ah FFS rub it in why dont you?!?!
    Tugging one's foreskin is more rubbing out than rubbing in, isn't it?
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  • edited October 31

    Deerstalker

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    No shit. Sherlock.
  • Deerstalker

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    We'll look into it :wink:
  • Ask Baldybonce
  • edited November 1
    RedChaser said:

    How about a nice thermal fleece lined beanie.

    Err excuse me MIA just because I adopted the BBC's no advertising policy, Raith gets all the credit, don't even think you're getting best advice on gloves :wink:
  • Black wooden Charlton hat with silver sword
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  • I'm sure they do a cream for that itchiness
  • Black wooden Charlton hat with silver sword

    Sounds a bit uncomfortable, but to be fair probably not itchy.
  • iainment said:

    Now the temperature has plummeted in Britain this week, just wondering if any lifers had any tips for suitable headgear (non itchy) as I really struggle to find any to keep my bonce warm.

    Plummeted? I am still wandering around outside in just my shirt. People are absolutely feeble about temperature.
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  • Do you mean headwear or headgear?

    Headwear = anything fashionable that is worn on the head; hats, caps, ballcaps, chapeaux, stocking caps, doo rags, cowboy hats, panamas, pith helmets, etc. Function is secondary. Obviously, there is also some functionality with headwear, but typically headwear does not serve any technical purpose.

    Headgear = No fashion required! Headgear is anything worn on the head that has a specific technical function. The lighting and/or microscopic instruments worn by doctors is part of their "headgear," as would be a sporting helmet such as the helmets worn by American football players or downhill skiers or cyclists.

    A good example of headgear is the awkward orthodontic appliance used to torture adolescents.:D The device usually consists of a frame made of heavy metal wire that goes into the mouth and is held in place by a wide elastic band that wraps around the head. It is used to help straighten teeth.

    Not sure where construction helmets fit into the mix.
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    My mum knitted it for me
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  • Black wooden Charlton hat with silver sword

    Sounds a bit uncomfortable, but to be fair probably not itchy.
    Poxy ipad.


  • C_A_F_C said:

    iainment said:

    Now the temperature has plummeted in Britain this week, just wondering if any lifers had any tips for suitable headgear (non itchy) as I really struggle to find any to keep my bonce warm.

    Plummeted? I am still wandering around outside in just my shirt. People are absolutely feeble about temperature.
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    I don't wear a tie.
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