This is the perfect example to explain my principle.
“It’s cheap, so I take.”
And then you have thousands cheap stuff, crying their lonelyness in a broken drawer (that’s a true fact, I’m thinking about fixing it, but I think it didn’t appreciate the weight of my shirts).
Anyway, I accuse this green beanie (which seems to be blue on the pictures, but no, it’s a true green as a pine tree) that I’ve rescued from this ugly display of flashy and weird accessories in H&M sales. You know, this place where SALES is written, white on red, on big signs, above the ugliness valley. But sometimes it might happens that when you’re searching in the depth of this mysterious mess, your hand catch something interesting. It’s green, in acrylic, with a big “1 euro” tag. You decide to try it, you find it funny, and you take it. Well, funny AND cheap, it can’t work otherwise.