Hats That Don't Fit

During a small town election campaign, a politician referred to one of his opponents as "a little grasshopper." Now, this aroused the one who felt singled out to demand an apology. Although slightly built and quite active, this particular opponent felt his being compared to a lowly insect wasn't justified. His defamer, however, declared he hadn't mentioned his name but if the hat fitted him, he should wear it.

Many people are wearing hats that not only don't fit but actually don't belong to them.

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