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PSA: Ears Outside Visor/Hat Please

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C'mon Anna.
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Ha...I was thinking of posting about the "ear tuck" thing yesterday. Have no idea why she does that...???? :-D

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I like it :-) Semi off topic if I may ... Actually having had skin cancer on my ear, I think those hats should come with cancer warning. Hope more adopt the ear tuck Back on topic ... Isn't that similar to guys like Ricky wearing hats over their ears?
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I wear a bucket hat to cover my ears and scalp for cancer reasons.
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Isn't that similar to guys like Ricky wearing hats over their ears?

I think Rickie stopped doing that semi-recently.

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C'mon Anna.

Meh, it doesn't bother me. All I see is a pretty Swedish woman. ;)

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Meh, it doesn't bother me. All I see is a pretty Swedish woman. ;)

She's pretty Swedish, yeah. Maybe even 100%.

Looks a bit weird, I must admit.

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She's pretty Swedish, yeah. Maybe even 100%. Looks a bit weird, I must admit.

Ha! That's my kind of joke! :)

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Have no idea why she does that...????

Too wide band does not fit with hair do unless pulled down?

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I'm never looking at their ears anyway. :drool:
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Maybe she's hoping to start a new fashion trend.

Don't think it's gonna catch on......

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That would drive me nuts, but it would be nice on cold days I suppose.

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I always think it looks stupid when I see guys do that with their caps.  It would drive me nuts.

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Maybe she has cauliflower ear?

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Meh, it doesn't bother me. All I see is a pretty Swedish woman. ;)

Yep I am with you on this one GD. B-)

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Maybe she has cauliflower ear?

her ears are fine... ;-)

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Just noticed that many (most?) of the ladies wearing visors have ears tucked inside the band. FWIW

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