CALLING ON HOME SEWERS TO HELP HEALTHCARE WORKERS FIGHTING COVID-19
The lack of proper masks, gowns, and eyewear equipment is making it difficult for health workers to do their work fighting the novel coronavirus. In a recent New York Times article, medical workers said they were worried about how they can both fight the coronavirus without imperiling themselves, as well as their loved ones when they go back home.
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Yeah but when you come inside and take it off? Hat head!
A Breton beret sits more like a flat cap with a kind of invisible peak, a bit hard to explain, I'll post a pic later.What’s the difference between a breton beret and an ‘onion seller’? - Is it the Alfalfa apple stalk coming out the top?
Sometimes they can look OK but it’s a bold move. Gotta avoid that Frank Spencer association. They don’t really work with my spikey barnet.
Several years ago the US army allowed all troops to wear berets when previously they had been reserved for special forces /rangers / airborne. They are a big step up from either the baseball cap or the c**t cap in theory, but the yanks wear them all shrunk down like a yarmulke with just a little TinTin peak with their regiment/rank badge. Looks bloody ridiculous and I think they’re being rescinded, probably as a result of that stupid habit.
It's one of the reasons l started wearing one, when I bought my first scooter at 16, to cover up helmet hair. I either wore a French beret, or a corduroy peaked sailors cap, that's why when the club went out to a dressed up do we hired a coach.Yeah but when you come inside and take it off? Hat head!
Did you all stand up on the coach?It's one of the reasons l started wearing one, when I bought my first scooter at 16, to cover up helmet hair. I either wore a French beret, or a corduroy peaked sailors cap, that's why when the club went out to a dressed up do we hired a coach.
@Thin White Duke some pics of the aforementioned berets, showing how the shape and construction differs from a traditional beret. Because of the way it fits, it cannot really be worn at a jaunty angle, like a French beret, but more like a flat cap (but doesn't come with a Whippet), or as The Inspector so graciously and offensively said like a retard.A Breton beret sits more like a flat cap with a kind of invisible peak, a bit hard to explain, I'll post a pic later.