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Perils of the Bold #160
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Panel #9 - Here are two of the custom Stikfas that were enterd into my contest a couple months ago. These dapper lumberjacks were created by Jaymon! Thanks, Jaymon! The jack on the left has a round head, which looks pretty good, no?

Toque - A toque (pronounced took, as in two-k) is a knitted hat of wool, that is designed to provide warmth in winter. All tuques are tapered, and they often are topped with a pom-pon. Toques may have a folded brim, or none, and may be worn tightly fitting the skull or loose on top although the latter is considered more standard. The tuque usually is considered Canada's national winter hat, much like the fur hat is in Russia.

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