- the ancient and delicate art of wearing funny hats on Fridays

Since as long as anyone can remember, humans have gathered on Fridays to take photos of themselves wearing hats - and that is funny. The old origins of this tradition are of course detailed clearly in "The Book" from which all believers get the facts and guidance on how to live our lives.

"Most people say that it is the intellect which makes a great scientist. They are wrong: it is #Funnyhatfriday." - Albert Einstein

How do I know when it is #Funnyhatfriday?

The elders provide a self-help service to aid in knowing when the time is ripe: isit.funnyhatfriday.se

There is also an easy-to-use REST API for finding out if it is time to wear a funny hat. The API documentation is here

You can also add a javascript snippet to your website, showing a nice picture telling you if you are still waiting, or if the great day has come. Read the instructions here.

"I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and funny hats." - Winston Churchill

How do I know my hat is funny?

Hats are funny on Fridays. We turn to The Book for help:

"And He placed upon his head the Hat, and He saw that it was funny. Because it was Friday." - The Book, page 12.

Where do I buy The Book?

It has sold out for now and the new edition has not yet appeared in the Amazon book store. Your parents probably have a copy in their attic. Go search there. Or ask a fellow hatter to quote from their copy.

"I wear my hat as I please, indoors or out" - Walt Whitman

How do I know if what's on my head is a hat?

If it's on your head, and it is Friday then it is a hat. See this quote from the The Book (page 112), displayed here.

Someone called me a cheater!

Again The Book (page 664) helps us decipher what that means!

The best thing about the future is that it comes one #Funnyhatfriday at a time. - Abraham Lincoln

What can I do to further the cause?

Wear funny hats on Fridays. And show them online.

People wearing funny hats on Fridays

On Facebook, Google+, and Twitter. Here are some disciples: