Posts Tagged ‘Penguin Hat’

Penguins Can’t Spell

March 29, 2012

A trio of penguins (or people dressed in penguin hats) named Beth, Deb and Mark representing Bridge St. School and Penguin Place bowed out early this evening in the Northampton Spelling Bee to benefit the Northampton Education Foundation.  The words that eliminated the crowd favorite penguin squad were aerial and hallucinogen (of all things).  The penguins vow to return next year and waddle on to the finals, or at least make it out of the first round.

Team Penguin just before taking the stage in the Northampton Spelling Bee.

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Penguin Hat

January 7, 2012

If you liked that old Monty Python sketch about the Penguin On The Television you’re going to love our new penguin on top of the winter hat hat.  Because folks do we have a penguin hat for you.  Yes, that is indeed a plush penguin sitting (securely) on top of that warm and fashionable winter hat. So here it is my fellow penguin fans, the ultimate in silly penguin chic.  Wear it walking down the street, running errands, or on the bus or train.  Wear it ice skating, skiing or snowboarding as nothing will beat the inspiring feeling of having a penguin sitting on top of your head as you embrace the day with open arms (flippers) and a radiant smile, not to mention the happy, approving looks you’ll get from all who gaze upon you and your penguin hat?  Just don’t wear it in the movies as the people behind you will stop being amused once the lights dim.  The Penguin Hat comes in one size fits all adults.  It has a buckle and adjustable strap so you can make it as snug and toasty as you like.  It’s made of 100% polyester and contains no animal products. The penguin is not heavy on your head, but it is on securely, is soft to the touch and easy on the eyes.  Our penguin hats are particularly great for people who love penguins . . . and even for folks that never even gave penguins a second thought.  For as we all know penguins are universally cherished and loved by everyone, and are nowadays commonly prescribed to people in place of antidepressants, so undoubtedly wearing this hat may be just what the doctor ordered.