Disclaimer: This is a bit of a rant.
(Well, not really a rant. Perhaps more of a wistful call to arms.)
Remember the time when people only wore hats outside? Yes, I am dating myself. So I’m dating myself…
I was at a table read for a new play last month, and at a certain point, I looked around, and noted that 6 of the 11 people there had hats on.
Yes, it is a play written by a millennial and mainly contains of characters who are millennials, so it made sense that there were mainly millennial actors reading. And they were the ones wearing the hats.
You know the kind of hat I am talking about. Wool. Sort of a slouchy skull cap.
I just do not get it.
I have been in plays, in classes, in restaurants, and see people wearing their wool hats inside. Men, women. And not just millennial-aged adults. (Yikes. A 40-something-year-old man wearing a skull cap as fashion. Really?)
When did this become such an acceptable thing? Did it happen sometime after people started wearing their actual pajamas on airplanes? I still cannot believe that shift in social etiquette.
And going down to breakfast at hotels in your pjs and slippers. Is that really a thing? (I have seen it. So have others.) I mean, maybe for the toddlers and infants. But I am seeing teenagers and young adults.
Am I becoming and old f–t?
Sigh. I still dress up for the theatre. To go on an airplane. I don’t put my feet up on the backs of movie theater chairs. I hold doors open for people who are older than me.
Maybe I am just holding on to antiquated ways.
What are you wanting us as a society to hold on to? Any pet peeves you are carrying around in your bosom?
I do have a wool hat that I wear when it is cold, but I take that off when I get inside.
And I always will.
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