Hat of the Month: The Beret
In episode 12, season 2 of the Conversation Hat Podcast we discussed our favourite Tetris shapes. Heaven forbid that we research the subject in detail… Oh, that’s what we did? Well, good then. Enjoy!
We got ourselves one of Super Loot’s boxes to open up for you guys. You can get hold of a box of your very own to love and cherish at the URL below. Not only do you get a big… Continue Reading
In Episode 16, The Conversation Hat team, along with very cool kid, Jay Plent (some would say too cool), we had to decide whether they would be a vampire, zombie or a werewolf. The team unanimously decided against spending eternity… Continue Reading
Time travel has always been a far-flung dream for humanity. The idea of travelling to a distant time and experiencing life as someone else seems amazing. So much opportunity, seemingly limitless freedoms. Well, unless you’re a women. History hasn’t been… Continue Reading
Today we’re joined by Jennifer Poi who is, amongst other things, a culinary workshop leader in the Cambridge area. We discuss human’s doom at the hands of A.I., what we wanted to be as children, and what eras we’d most… Continue Reading
Last week we published a video in which our two Conversation Hat hosts argued about which was superior: toasters, or kettles. Specifically, which you would choose if only allowed one. It looks as if #TeamKettle hold the slight majority, but… Continue Reading
In episode 12 Ben revealed that he’d never eaten a choux bun, or listened to Frank Zappa. We decided to deal with both issues in one fell swoop. Swooooooop. Watch and enjoy!
Some animals are majestic. Some are beautiful, or astounding. Others are just plain abominations. In last week’s episode our hosts were tasked with creating their own mythical amalgamations. Thank christ they were mythical, I guess… Here we can see Ben’s… Continue Reading
In episode 10 of The Conversation Hat the gang discuss their choices for pets – specifically, what would be the coolest. Whatever they said, they were wrong. Here’s what they could have said. Skunks Skunks are a viable option now… Continue Reading