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Josiah & Lauren 17: Proud parents to Lauren's hat...and Bella

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Topaz

@CarrotCake Some people might call the bottom one a knitted hat or a woolly hat. Mostly people (the ones I know at least) would just say hat, unless there was a particular need to be more specific. 

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Ash

If you're Canadian, you might call the woolen version a tuque.

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Alysabeth

I’d call the second hat a bobble hat or woolly hat. I’m from the UK. 

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Jinder Roles

I know the second hat as a beanie. 

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adidas
11 minutes ago, Jinder Roles said:

I know the second hat as a beanie. 

Me too

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mpheels

In (parts of) the southern US, the knit winter hat isn’t called a toboggan. As a southerner living in New England, I just call it a hat, or a knit hat if I need to be specific. 

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Not that josh's mom

A stocking cap in Iowa

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AussieKrissy
11 hours ago, CarrotCake said:

I have a beautifull eggplant color woolen hat (Lauren style) but I almost never wear it.

The only occasion to actually wear it would be autumn walks but after half an hour it gets sweaty and annoying. And in winter I prefer a real winter hat. And going indoors I take it off.

So in the end I only wear it once or twice a year for a fall fair or something like that. 

 

Also, this makes me realize: how do you distinguish in English between Lauren style hats and the woolen hats you wear in winter? They are both called a hat right?

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Woolen hats in australia like the one you pictured are called Beanies 

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beanie one beanies plural

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patsymae
On 11/26/2020 at 5:57 AM, Ash said:

If you're Canadian, you might call the woolen version a tuque.

I've always known it as a watch cap.

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PlentyOfJesusFishInTheSea
On 11/26/2020 at 5:23 AM, CarrotCake said:

I have a beautifull eggplant color woolen hat (Lauren style) but I almost never wear it.

The only occasion to actually wear it would be autumn walks but after half an hour it gets sweaty and annoying. And in winter I prefer a real winter hat. And going indoors I take it off.

So in the end I only wear it once or twice a year for a fall fair or something like that. 

 

Also, this makes me realize: how do you distinguish in English between Lauren style hats and the woolen hats you wear in winter? They are both called a hat right?

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In cCanada, the first is a hat and the second is a tuque. But a tuque is a type of hat.

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Vivi_music
1 hour ago, PlentyOfJesusFishInTheSea said:

In cCanada, the first is a hat and the second is a tuque. But a tuque is a type of hat.

Thank you, a tuque. I heard anglo-canadian calling it a toque and cleary, as a french-canadian, that is just wrong. :P :P ;) ;)

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HereticHick

As a Southern American, I'd also sometimes  call the second one a wool cap/knitted cap. I'd never call hat #1 a cap, though.

 

In Si-adjacent news--can you imagine how different Marjorie Jackson's life would be now if she and Josiah had gotten married? I predict she will last at the Family Research  Council longer than Josh did.

 

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Bluebirdbluebell

Duggar Data posted wild news. People think based on Jessa's fall video that Lana and Dwain had another baby this year.

I'm both shocked and unsurprised. Shocked because they've kept it so quiet. Unsurprised, because she's only 44 and I had suspicions she might be pregnant. 

As for Marjorie, I posted about her job in the Unmarried fundies thread. The FRC is awful. I wish she was doing something else with her life. 

 

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Kailash
8 minutes ago, Bluebirdbluebell said:

Duggar Data posted wild news. People think based on Jessa's fall video that Lana and Dwain had another baby this year.

I'm both shocked and unsurprised. Shocked because they've kept it so quiet. Unsurprised, because she's only 44 and I had suspicions she might be pregnant. 

As for Marjorie, I posted about her job in the Unmarried fundies thread. The FRC is awful. I wish she was doing something else with her life. 

 

It’s possible that it’s a new baby but I think it’s very strange if they didn’t announce another birth. What motivation would they have to keep the baby a secret? 

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Bluebirdbluebell
2 hours ago, Kailash said:

It’s possible that it’s a new baby but I think it’s very strange if they didn’t announce another birth. What motivation would they have to keep the baby a secret? 

They don't have much of a presence on social media and they barely show up on the show. I doubt friends/family/acquaintances wouldn't know. I think they're trying to keep a lower profile in the media. 

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DalmatianCat
2 hours ago, Bluebirdbluebell said:

They don't have much of a presence on social media and they barely show up on the show. I doubt friends/family/acquaintances wouldn't know. I think they're trying to keep a lower profile in the media. 

Do they even have their own social media account? Lauren and Josiah rarely post as well.

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Expectopatronus
22 hours ago, Vivi_music said:

Thank you, a tuque. I heard anglo-canadian calling it a toque and cleary, as a french-canadian, that is just wrong. :P :P ;) ;)

How would they pronounce toque? I would call it a tuque. I’ve never seen it spelled with an o. 

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AuntCloud
5 minutes ago, Expectopatronus said:

How would they pronounce toque? I would call it a tuque. I’ve never seen it spelled with an o. 

Tooook, or more precisely Touk. Counter-intuitive, but this is how we keep ourselves entertained during Canadian winter. 

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Expectopatronus
10 minutes ago, AuntCloud said:

Tooook, or more precisely Touk. Counter-intuitive, but this is how we keep ourselves entertained during Canadian winter. 

Ah. We do the « cold enough for ya? » joke to entertain ourselves during our -40 degree days. But we’re also the province with the largest French speaking community west of Québec so you’re likely to be punched/mocked if you use funky, anglicized pronunciations. 

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viii
On 11/29/2020 at 10:10 PM, Vivi_music said:

Thank you, a tuque. I heard anglo-canadian calling it a toque and cleary, as a french-canadian, that is just wrong. :P :P ;) ;)

 

14 hours ago, Expectopatronus said:

How would they pronounce toque? I would call it a tuque. I’ve never seen it spelled with an o. 

This is funny to me as a Canadian who lives and grew up on the prairies. We have always done it as toque. 

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Expectopatronus
8 minutes ago, viii said:

 

This is funny to me as a Canadian who lives and grew up on the prairies. We have always done it as toque. 

Regional differences are interesting, eh! 

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viii
12 minutes ago, Expectopatronus said:

Regional differences are interesting, eh! 

We also call hoodies bunny hugs though, soooo.... 🤣

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WiseGirl

Who the heck are Lana and Dwain? More people I can't keep track of?

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EmiSue
Just now, WiseGirl said:

Who the heck are Lana and Dwain? More people I can't keep track of?

Lauren's parents. 

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IReallyAmHopewell

I wonder if Lauren got her hat from Amy's store? The website had similar ones. Display model at a discount? Buy used, save the difference.

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