Kidrobot’s Throwback Thursday! Yummy World Hats
Thursday already?? We love when the weeks go by and get us to our Throwback Thursday brought to you by our good friend Chris Holt aka The Toy Viking. This time he makes a serious point about the Yummy World Hats that are available online at Kidrobot.com
Winter is fast approaching, and not just in the world of fantasy television. Soon the temperatures will drop, the snow will fall, and walking to your car in the morning will require the balance of a professional hockey player. Most of your body’s heat is lost through your head, so trap as much of it as you can with these Yummy World hats. Everyone that you see will think that not only are you the picture of toastyness, but you also like fun and cute things. I use them to offset my permanent scowl, which is the result of genetics and not a perpetual dissatisfaction with things around me. I swear to you I am enjoying myself even if I look like I would rather be anywhere else.
Ignore your mother’s pleading and wear your food on your head because that is the truth path to awesomeness. The first step of your journey starts at www.kidrobot.com.
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