Or “Peru Looks Down At A Maple Leaf”. Or “Austria Looks Sideways At A Maple Leaf If You Put Your Head On Your Shoulder”. Doing this may give you a crick in the neck. Strangely, maple is a very good wood for making necks. Although you have to be a guitar or a violin for it to work.
The mathematical symbol for a unit vector is called a hat. So if the hat above was a unit vector*, it would be called hat hat. If it was raining, the hat hat might wear a hat hat hat. This is known as a hat trick. Next week: fashionably late and the space-time continuum. *A unit vector is something that goes in a certain direction and has a size of one. This hat is going at an angle, but I think it’s a medium, so it’s probably not a unit vector. Might be a stockman.
The Halfdropped shop is now open for business business. Halfdropped punters (that’s you) are faced with an exciting choice of one product: a book called “The Penny Drops In Dodo Land”. It’s made of about 50 pages of Halfdropped cartoons, set in a world that’s up a bit and left a bit from this one. Use the Shop link to find out more. If you’d prefer a version made of pixels to one made of paper, it’s also available as an eBook over here.