Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Green-hatted checker at Publix Supermarket

It wasn't St. Patrick's Day. It wasn't Earth Day. Maybe he belongs to the Green Hat Society? Nah. I think he was calling attention to the fact that Publix is supporting a children's memorial fund.

17 comments:

Sailor said...

He looks cute in that hat!

magiceye said...

sure attracts attention!

lovely capture!!

Randy said...

I like someone who can have fun at work!

Olivier said...

les chapeaux de cowboy ont bien changes, je suis pas certain que John Wayne le porterait ;)

cieldequimper said...

You forgot the mad hatter...

;-)

Steffe said...

It probably worked as he is hard to miss in that hat!

brattcat said...

he is one tall dude in or out of that green hat.

Kate said...

I think that he is a person who has decided to go all out for "green." Great find!

My link to the portal for theme day photos does not work, hope you visit me anyway. That darn computer-voodoo is at work again!

EG Wow said...

HA! Definitely an attention-getter...in Florida. We dress like that all the time here. :)

Small City Scenes said...

Ay-yi-yi!! That's quite the hat. I have seen EG in her wild hat. She's right everyone up there wears crazy hats. MB

Sharon said...

I am so glad there is a valid explanation!

Lois said...

I like it and that is great way to call attention to a worthy cause.

Jarart said...

I like it! I wouldn't wear it...but I like it!

Charlotte said...

hahaha A funny hat indeed. But for a good course-:)
Good shot!

Hope you have enjoyed the day. Golf perhaps? - I'm sure the weather is perfect in your end ....-:)

Have a peaceful and calm evening!

JM said...

Very funny combined with the 'respectable' outfit! :-)

~Cheryl said...

Great photo. So, you just hid behind your bag of groceries, snapped, and sauntered off, eh? Makes my hands sweat just thinking about that.

I like your header here .... or would this be called a behinder? :)

Amin said...

Beautiful hat!

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