The physicists have done it again! They know no limits in meddling with the fabric of reality, and now the large hatron collider has exploded and there's hats and wool everywhere. How irresponsible!
Well, let's take some photos and do some knitting while we're here.
Every Hatmas, we wear and see fun and dapper combinations of hats: the hats go away at the end of the Hatmas season, but we can still preserve some memories and pictures of the fabulous hattery we've seen. To that end:
Let's have a fun and/or slightly embarrassing yearbook. Post the great hats and hatments you've seen. Show off the ones you made for yourself which you think are fantastic or fabulous or the greatest. If you spy an excellent thing in the wild, I guess you can stick that here too.
This year also has a wool theme (head to the Winterbash 2018 page and hit “Start Knitting”!), and your woolly works of woven art are more than welcome here too. (There is also a Winter Bash 2018 Knitting gallery on Meta Stack Exchange.)
I recommend one answer per person (or a small number), and revise it to make additions. Keep it silly, keep it fun, and be nice. (Everyone's going to feel self conscious posting anything here, so I suggest we leave criticism at the door.)
How do I take a screenshot?
- Use the Lightshot extension for Firefox or for Chrome.
- Windows 7 and above: Use the built-in Snipping Tool (hit start, type its name). Otherwise take a screenshot of your browser with alt+print screen, crop it in MS Paint, and save it as a PNG (not GIF or JPEG).
- Mac: press cmd ⌘ + shift ⇧ + 4, then click and drag to outline the region you want to screenshot. The screenshot will be saved to your desktop.
- On Linux: Gnome/Ubuntu: press shift ⇧ + print screen, then click-and-drag over the region you want to screenshot and save the screenshot somewhere. If the shortcut doesn't work, either set it up in System Settings/Keyboard/shortcuts/screenshots or use a tool like Shutter.
Here's a magic link to your public profile that's perfect for screenshots.