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When you''re ready to wrap up and go out and blow the cobwebs away, a bobble hat is a must.
It enlisted renowned industrial designer Karim Rashid to fashion bobbles beautiful iconic shape.
Kerry Winspear, the organisation's manager in Redcar, said: "The charity's mini bobbles in pink, yellow or orange, which are available from our shop, are perfect for brightening up any woolly winter wardrobe.
PEOPLE can wear their unwanted Christmas knitwear - and raise money for charity on Bobble Day.
People can the buy bobbles from their local Age Cymru shop or Wilkinson store for a suggested donation of pounds 1.
And Enckelman admitted the dodgy McDiarmid Park pitch saved his blushes as Hibs debutant Ricardo Vaz Te latched on to his poor clearance 40 yards out only to see his ambitious effort bobble wide of the post.
To correct this, Age UK, Britain's leading charity for the elderly, is launching Bobble Day - a campaign to make pensioners more aware of their entitlements.
After months of seeing people bobbing around in the shallow pool set up in the Solomon Pond Mall on the Berlin/Marlboro line, Caitlin McLain climbed into the Euro Bobble yesterday and rocked and rolled for a few minutes of weightless bliss.
Moreover, since color TVs back then were expensive and scarce, I'd put the bobbles (of whatever teams were playing) on top of the set and pretend the black-and-white picture was in color--but I had to do something about that "brown" jersey.
Both teams tried to pass the ball and if you do that in your own half someone only has to miscontrol it or for it to bobble over your foot and you let somebody in.
Bobbles and fun prints add playfulness to your look - and if you can't smile when you're making snowballs then when can you?
It's all part of being an elected official,'' Toby Bosley said of the mocking bobbles.
And supportive to the end,ECHO writer Debbie Johnson, who first wrote about the Kittens, says she lent Jenny one of her hair bobbles for the show.
Close to ten million bobbles have been sold in the product's first two years.