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  • May 11, 2016
    These are a handful of pictures of a cat wearing a hat eating a little cake. Unfortunately, there isn't much more information about just what the hell is going on here. Is that a regular cake? Is it a special tuna flavored cat cake? How is that hat staying on? Is it the cat... / Continue →
  • April 21, 2016
    This is one of the made-to-order R2-D2 Leather Derby hats available from Etsy shop TheBlondeSwan, who, for the record, was never an ugly duckling. Kind of an awkward looking teenager though. The hats cost around $600 and there aren't any pictures of a person actually wearing ... / Continue →
  • November 13, 2015
    This is the Homer Simpson inspired edible hat made by Cota Froise. It's not actually made out of tortilla chips though, I think it's pie crust. And instead of having nacho cheese in the top, it's salsa. So it's SIMILAR to Homer's, but different. I don't know I feel about ea... / Continue →
  • January 5, 2015
    Note: Final product will not have the advertisement on the side encouraging people to test whether or not your hat is actually bulletproof. The BulletSafe Bulletproof Baseball Cap (currently an already funded Kickstarter project) is a $99 baseball hat with a bulletproof panel ... / Continue →
  • May 31, 2013
    This is the cowboy hat made out of an old toaster and pizza pan by DeviantARTist Blue Fox. If you went back in time and wore it in the old west, everybody would think you came from the future. And they would be right, because that's exactly what you just did. Thanks to chi... / Continue →
  • October 30, 2012
    This is a little diorama of the cabin from 'The Evil Dead' built ON A HAT by Kiersten Essenpreis for her Halloween costume. You can see her friend Marc's Book of the Dead costumes (with opening cover) after the jump. Admittedly, she did a great job, it's just not a very PRACT... / Continue →
  • November 15, 2011
    MIT student Tyler Christensen went and made himself a dual-resonant solid state Tesla coil, then strapped that sucker to a hat and pumped the Mortal Kombat theme through it. Unfortunately, it broke the night before Halloween, leaving him no other option but to go trick-or-trea... / Continue →
  • July 13, 2011
    Niko Alm is an Austrian 'Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster' member who's spent the last three years battling his government for the right to wear a "religious" spaghetti strainer on his head in his driver's license photo. Why you'd do that I have no clue, but now I want o... / Continue →
  • June 18, 2010
    Hat Cams are perfect for the spy who doesn't really understand spying. I'm looking at you, Mr. Bond. You couldn't spy your way out of a wet-paper bag with a laser watch and bow-tie camera! Also, go get tested. Hat Cams are $30 hats with a standard camera mount attached to t... / Continue →
  • April 12, 2010
    Remember standing cat? Well here he is in a Zorro costume with Tonto accompaniment on the Mexican guitar (vihuela), making him by far the cutest thing I've ever seen. You hear that, puppy suckling a pig after being orphaned by its own mother?! That's right, hand over the gol... / Continue →
  • February 18, 2010
    I know, two hat posts in a row, what can I say -- it must be your lucky day. Besides the one you met me. Which, you better not have washed your hand after we shook! :( But you said you wouldn't. Anyway, the TV hat is a $20 hat that has a clear pocket you put your iPod in a... / Continue →
  • February 18, 2010
    Looking to make a statement? A shiny statement that'll probably blind me while I'm trying to drive? Don't think I won't crash into you. I will crash into you. And you won't get a penny of my insurance money. Namely because I don't have any. Haha, what do you mean that's i... / Continue →
  • October 28, 2009
    The Happiness Hat is a little beanie that senses if you're smiling and stabs you in the back of the head with a spike if you're not. It was designed by Lauren McCarthy to train your brain to smile, but it would probably just train my brain to leak out the hole it's made. You ... / Continue →
  • June 11, 2009
    I've got the feeling it'll look great with a neon pink track suit. Or nothing at all. Which, honestly, is the only way to wear hats. Of course, if you're a BTTF 2 purist you could whip out your shoes, jacket, hoverboard and Delorean and BAM!: dead ringer for Marty McFly. Wh... / Continue →
  • May 25, 2009
    The Cap-sac came out in 1987 but didn't sell very well because there was no internet then. But now, thanks to a magical series of tubes, the Cap-sac is back to the future and helping people get laid and store things at the same time. It's a fanny pack for your head, yo. Avai... / Continue →
  • May 21, 2009
    And if you could incorporate a beer helmet into it, it would be awesomest hat ever possible to make. I made this hat for my son - he wanted a mean shark. I saw the dead fish hat pattern and loved the idea - I just varied the pattern quite a lot to make different looking specie... / Continue →
  • May 5, 2009
    The Sap Cap is no ordinary headwear. Oh no, the baseball hat actually has a pocket of "unique impact material that is 110% the density of lead and will not rust" sewn into the back. Granted it's no Oddjob razor hat, but may do in a pinch (also: your clumsy ass would probably ... / Continue →
  • January 13, 2009
    Zelda: I want to do her. And her video games are one of the few reasons I wake up every morning (that and writing for all you lovely people). Anyway, this is an a capella and violin version of the Zelda theme by a guy named Diwa de Leon. This is my own rendition of the them... / Continue →
  • November 24, 2008
    Designer Jean Charles de Castelbajac, now to be known as Jean Charles Van Damme Dem Legos Are Hot, displayed some LEGO inspired outfits at a recent fashion show. If you can't tell, they're making me amorous. Gimme kissey! Haha, now that'll be a nickel. And also, why the hel... / Continue →
  • October 3, 2008
    This thinking cap promises to make its wearer smarter. How? Using a magnetic coil to send juice to portions of the left side of the brain, researchers claim that they can turn anyone into a savant, improving memory and creativity by incredible amounts. Being a skeptic, I wen... / Continue →