If I never see purple again, it will be too soon.

You haven’t lived until you’ve turned up at your hotel and found it overrun with 5,000 ladies in red hats.

I’m just sayin’…

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9 Responses to If I never see purple again, it will be too soon.

  1. buzz says:

    We recently ran into a gaggle of these society women ourselves and found them to be a real hoot! They seemed like they had one purpose – enjoyment of life. I love the RHS!

    Ok, they might have been just a teensy bit tipsy.

  2. Ric The Schmuck says:

    I, too, think the Red Hatters are pretty cool. But I dunno about 5000 at a time…

    I was a part of the opposite side of this last year. The lovely company that I work for had all of us together at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas last August. They gave us all red company logo’d t-shirts to wear the first day. Imagine taking your vacation to Las Vegas and seeing 7000 red t-shirt wearing stereotypical-pocket-protector-types in your hotel.

  3. GeekMan says:

    I just worked with the Red Hat Society’s Red Hat Singers two months ago when they sang a song from their musical for the audience of corporate poopie-heads I was working for that week. The crew thought they were awesome but the corporate idiots only politely applauded and we later heard that the corporate morons were all upset because they thought ZZ Top was going to be there for their entertainment instead of the “no-name old singing ladies”.

    I really dislike corporate schmucks.

  4. Ric The Schmuck says:

    Careful not to take the name “schmuck” in vain, please….


  5. Karan says:

    They scare me.

  6. GeekMan says:

    Karan, who scares you? The Red Hat Ladies or Schmucks?

  7. Ric The Schmuck says:

    Hopefully she’s not a ‘scairt of little ole me… 🙂

  8. cassie-b says:

    Never had the priveledge. Although I’ve been to the theater where there wers about 15 of the lovely ladies attending. I had to just be sure not to sit behind one with a big hat.

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