They’re everywhere

Written by hootenannie on July 15th, 2009

Call me a killjoy, but I don’t think I will ever be the kind of woman who joins the Red Hat Society.

No offense.

11 Comments so far ↓

  1. Jul
    15
    10:45
    AM
    Joey

    Red Hat Society = Twilight for Boomers

  2. Jul
    15
    11:30
    AM
    Andrea

    They used to have their monthly meeting at my University’s cafeteria. When they were done with lunch they would sing for us all. I’m sure you can imagine how well that went over with a cafeteria full of twenty year olds!

  3. Jul
    15
    1:58
    PM
    Sarah Kate

    I have thought the same thing for some time now.

  4. Jul
    15
    4:40
    PM
    Tad

    I don’t think you’re the sort either.

  5. Jul
    15
    5:35
    PM
    Jannell

    What a killjoy. I’m guessing you have no love for the elk club or the Shriners huh? Pppssh

  6. Jul
    15
    8:08
    PM
    Matt

    OMG.

    I had to google “Red Hat Society” since I’ve never heard of it, and the first line that came up said, “Organization of women who meet for tea wearing red hats and purple dresses.” Is that really all it is?! Really!? Is it a southern thing?

  7. Jul
    16
    1:13
    AM
    Greta

    Yes you will join the Red Hat Society. Because your best friend will take any excuse possible to wear a fun hat, and your best friend is totally the type that would join a random silly club, and I will convince you to join with me.

    And then you’ll be elected president. Because that’s what happens to Annie Parsons.

    Or at least, you’ll be made Foremost Champion Red Hat Blogger. :)

  8. Jul
    16
    2:46
    PM
    [not the] Best Blog Ever

    Never say never. That’s all I’m sayin’.

    (I look forward to the post 50 years hence where you eat your words, totally red-hatted and purple-dressed…)

    ;)

  9. Jul
    16
    8:31
    PM
    Deborah Barnett

    Welcome to my world… in my line of work… they ARE everywhere.

    Let’s start a new hat society so that when we enter the AARP stage of life… we’ll have made it cool to wear pink cowboy hats with blue leather riding boots. Or whatever we decide is becoming to our gray hair.

  10. Jul
    17
    11:26
    AM
    Sarah Kate

    I love that Debbie used the word “becoming.” That’s what my grandmother says.

  11. Jul
    17
    10:58
    PM
    Deborah Barnett

    Oh God. I feel old now.

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