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I tip my hat to you, and have a wonderful day. Where are the days where people used to talk with such dignity and respect. Now it's all MAGA this and Save the Planet that. Why not just go back to good old fashion headgear. You know, to cover that massive bald patch you pretend you don't have.

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This is simply too cute! Whilst in a mint garden, this little ducking has promptly fallen asleep after a flower hat is placed on its head. 

The duckling was born on the Mother The Moutain Farm, where two young women work on their organic farm on Bundjalung Country / Byron Bay, Australia. In the video description, Mother The Mountain Farm left this beautiful and inspiring message, "We are the third generation of our family to care for this land and are always so grateful as we pick fruit from the trees planted by our grandparents and tended by our parents. Grateful to still be nurtured by those who are no longer here. We hope that when we are gone, those who come after will still be fed by the meaning of our actions, the trees we plant, the land we care for. "

You can follow Mother The Mountain Farm on Instagram for more about their care for animals during their journey. And of course, more adorable ducklings! 

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Introducing The New 'Napping Cat" Hat From Japan W

Cat lovers, we have found the purr-fect hat for you! 

Japanese hat designer, KENT HAT, created this wonderful "Oyasumi Nyanko Hat: (Goodnight Kitty Hat) with which cat lovers all around the world can show off their feline love. The hat includes a perfectly coiled up cat taking a nap, making it look like a cat is sleeping on your head. With a real cat on your lap and a sleeping coil cat on your head, we think it is safe to say you are all set!  

New 'Napping Cat" Hat From Japan | lady in white shirt and black overalls wearing a hat that looks like a sleeping cat curled around itself
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True Fact: Falcon Breeders Wear Special "Sex Hats" In Order To Breed Them

Wildlife enthusiasts are baffled after learning from twitter user @redfacts that the collection of falcon sperm is quite the occasion. It turns out that falconers do sometimes wear 'copulation hats' to assist in breeding the wonderful birds.

Tweets about falcon copulation hats for helping them breed and extracting sperm
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