Ever heard of The Loxley?
If not, don’t fret. It’s no big deal, just the latest fad sweeping my bedroom.
In your travels you may have seen the occasional person sporting what is known as a tuque. These devices are often used to preserve heat inside the cranium, thus warming the brain. They also serve to identify with certain social groups. As a general rule, the tighter the tuque, the more angsty the group.
If you’re stuck somewhere on this graph, The Loxley can help you. The Loxley is merely an alternative way of wearing a tuque, inspired by a type of felt hat made famous by Robin Hood.
Above is a horrible drawing of a typical Robin Hood hat.
…It’s a feather.
So if we take the concept of Robin’s cap and apply it to a tuque, we get:
There are many claims that when people morph their tuque into The Loxley they feel more confident, more intelligent and more like a 15th century English thief. There are even rumors that The Loxley strengthens the immune system and improves sexual performance. Try it, you won’t regret it.
The Loxley – it’s gonna be big.