Sinful Sunday 340 – Not so innocent 

We may all be Sinners, but I’m sure that doesn’t mean we’re all bad people. So please indulge me for a moment …

Wandering down the aisle of chilled cabinets in the supermarket, heading for the milk, something caught my eye. Of course that was exactly what it was meant to do, considering it was what some might consider a marketing gimmick. But a marketing gimmick with a little soul … and a little hat. Lined up amidst the fruit juices were little bottles with little woolly hats on.

The Innocent Smoothie website says …

Loneliness can be a big problem in later life. As many as 200,000 older people say they haven’t spoken to friends or family for over a month.
The hats on our smoothies raise money for activities at local Age UK centres where people […] can get together for things like lunches and dance classes.

The Big Knit started back in 2003 with an idea. We asked some older people, and some younger people, to knit little woolly hats. We put those hats on our smoothies, and for each one sold we made a donation of 25p to Age UK.
The idea snowballed and so far the people of the UK have knitted an astonishing 6 million hats. Together we’ve raised over £2 million for Age UK and we hope to raise much more in the future.

For personal reasons I believe this is a very noble cause. So if you see a smoothie bottle wearing a hat, buy it.

But what’s that got to do with Sinful Sunday?

Sinful Sunday

Whilst this is an admirable campaign to get on board with, I can’t for the life of me think of anything useful to do with the little woollen hats once you’ve drunk your smoothie?

Please note: I have no connections to Innocent, Age UK, or any of the agencies, businesses etc involved in the campaign mentioned above.

29 Responses to “Sinful Sunday 340 – Not so innocent ”

  1. OMFGAWD!!! Best Reuse EVER!! 🤗

  2. Haha this is brilliant, I think it is the perfect use for those little hats

    Mollyx

  3. 😀 Love this ! Awesome use for those little hats!

  4. Love the hats in both their incarnations. But I also love the idea behind their original purpose, and appreciate you passing on the message. I know what lonely feels like…
    Indie xx

  5. Such a wonderful post.
    Loneliness is a terrible thing.

    Those little hats are so cute & they are doing a great job keeping your cock warm and cosy!!!

  6. I bet they would have a little chuckle😃

  7. Both a fantastic cause and very entertaining reuse of the knitted caps.

    • If I have entertained someone with my little hat on my little head, my day has been worthwhile.
      (It’s just occurred to me, this would have beeneven better if it was a Balaclava helmet. Ha ha! See what I did there? Helmet … oh never mind. I’ll get my coat on my way out …

  8. Great cause! I’ve not seen anything like it here in the US, but think it’s absolutely inspired! Speaking of inspired, so is your reuse of the caps – cock cozy!

  9. I sure as hell can, and I know you’ve done it! I imagine with a thick lube before adding your own.

  10. Great post – well said – photo made me smile 😉

  11. Lol I will definitely be buying an Innocent smoothie with a hat! Great cause and some wooly attire for my man. Love it!
    Aurora x

  12. Really sweet post and such fetching little hats, or toques, as we’d call them in Canada 🇨🇦

  13. jerusalemmortimer Says:

    Well, the Doctor has two hearts.

    So two penises is a logical next step. And balaclavas are good. (I see my cock, if it were to wear a hat, as being a Stetson customer.)

    Great, perfectly weird pic!

  14. My first thought when I looked at the photo was, “Why are those bottles wearing willie hats?” I’m glad you put them to their proper use.

  15. It is a fantastic cause and you have found out what the hats are really for. Willy warmers are perfect for the oncoming winter.

  16. This is adorable and fabulous!

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