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watching Larry the cable Guy's Only in America they stopped by the Emily Post home...did a little Googlin'

 

so for us gentile-men (and ladies) here's a refresher on when to and not to wear your 'lid'

 

 

http://www.emilypost.com/everyday-manners/common-courtesies/479-hats-off-the-who-what-when-where-of-the-hat

 

:) ...

 

GG ~ :FlagAm:

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That looks like a hard sell, GG. Especially that part about removing your hat when the National Anthem plays and when the flag goes by. Also when eating, you see so many baseball caps on the heads of non baseball players at McDonalds.

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My Dad said this about hat wearing.

 

Always take yur hat off when entering a home.

 

Always tipp yur hat to ladys when out side. If the "lady" chooses to look like a "man", do nothing.

 

Always cover you're heart when our song is played. Leave hat on if outside.

 

Always take hat off when entering a hospital.

 

Always take hat off when eatting.

 

And always put hat back on or leave on if you do not feel welcomed.

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Your father was wise in the ways of manners, Hawk.

 

My Father practiced what he preached.

 

He demanded respect from all he met and in return, he gave respect in return.

 

If you did not respect him, then when yur in trouble, he would be the first one there with a gallon of gas and a match ! :ph34r:

 

But, most of all, he was a "Man's man !"

 

To him , all things was black and white......thus his manners !

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My Dad said this about hat wearing.

 

Always take yur hat off when entering a home.

 

Always tipp yur hat to ladys when out side. If the "lady" chooses to look like a "man", do nothing.

 

Always cover you're heart when our song is played. Leave hat on if outside.

 

Always take hat off when entering a hospital.

 

Always take hat off when eatting.

 

And always put hat back on or leave on if you do not feel welcomed.

 

+1 Hawk, sounds like your dad and mine must've learned the same etiquette.

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+1 Hawk, sounds like your dad and mine must've learned the same etiquette.

 

Maybe, Pack Saddle Sam................

 

He knew alot of folks !

 

I really miss him too !

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Being a Veteran, when the National Anthem is played or the flag passes by, I stand and render a hand salute. Just seems very natural to me after my time in the services.

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Being a Veteran, when the National Anthem is played or the flag passes by, I stand and render a hand salute. Just seems very natural to me after my time in the services.

 

 

Please continue to do so - thanks for your service ;)

 

GG ~ :FlagAm:

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I hate it when I go into a Restaurant and there are NO provisions to hang my hat. Usta be every restaurant had a hook or peg... pretty rare today. B)

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You're right. Deacon. Its gotten to where I just wear my hat in a restaurant nowadays, unless there's an empty chair to lay it on. Not my personal choice, but I'm not gonna let my fancy Brims and Trims hats get damaged because the restaurant is too stupid to realize they need hatracks or too cheap to spend the money on them.

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I hang mine on my knee under the table if there's no place else to put it...

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