Has anyone noticed on the road other nationalities wearing their caps backwards? Is this a strickly American boy tradition? Just curious because it is just something I have done since I was a little kid and wonder how it translates on the road.
Aside from the obvious, not wearing hats indoors and while I eat. But for those days on the beach in Thailand or walking around souqs in Dubai?
When the son of the diposed King of Nigeria emails you DIRECTLY asking for help, you help.
I think if they did wear them, they'd just call them hats
One MILLION OTHER PEOPLE WEAR THEIR HATS ON BACKWARDS...The Japanese, have adopted the incredibly FEY ( in my opinion) of wearing their baseball caps ASKEW.(it is so poncey it makes my skin crawl)
EVERY county I have EVER been to, there have been people with baseball caps. They are ubiquitous and I know of farmers in aldeas who have never seen white people before who wear these things. It's a thing. I've never been to Japan. But I've worn a Gi. Never been to Greece, but I've eaten feta.
I don't like that sideway hat thing, either. And the backwards hat screams frat boy to me, sorry Joey. It also makes me wonder about the hair you might be hiding underneath.
But, what do I know? I used to do the very 80's style hat above the bangs with the ponytail through the hole.
Czech Republic....Although, to be fair, the pic is named "The Only Other Guy In Europe W Baseball Cap"
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