There are some people in this world who are quite simply hat people. Hat people, to some extent, are defined by their hats; when they neglect to wear a hat, the casual observer feels almost uncomfortable, as if she had walked in on somebody in a state of indecency. Who can think of Abraham Lincoln without his black hat? Ugandan president Museveni without his wide-brimmed, floppy sunhat? The hipster barista at the coffee shop down the street without his trucker hat?

Tanya Adams, ladies and gentleman, is a hat person. And someday, when she’s famous, you will know her by her hats. Especially if the hat is purple.

Still unconvinced? Still believe she is unworthy of her title?


I think I’ve proven my point sufficiently.

To learn more about other hat people, click on the picture below. To read a poem about hats, click here.