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The Soda Drinking Hat is a hat that can you can use to drink your soda. It appears in the episode "One Krabs Trash."
It is a white and blue soda drinking hat with a "number one" design in red. It has two holders for soda cans on both sides of the hat with the tube of the hat being green.
Role in episode
It was sold by Mr. Krabs at his Antique Sale. SpongeBob mainly wanted it, and Mr. Krabs sold it to him. Then, someone comes up and tells him that he knows that he is selling that rare novelty drink hat. Mr. Krabs tells him it's fresh out instead of out of stock. The man is then prepared to give him five hundred dollars for the drink hat. After Mr. Krabs heard that, he started slobbering out of his mouth. Norma Rechid then comes up and elbows the man and says that she would give him a thousand dollars for such a hat. Mr. Krabs slobbered some more when he heard that. Nat Peterson comes up and says that he would give him a hundred thousand dollars in cash for that rare soda hat. Krabs is now slobbering a river of drool out of his mouth. An anchovy comes in a boat and says that he'll give him one million dollars for the hat. After much regret, he was determined to take the rare hat back. First, he attempted to insult the hat out of SpongeBob. His next step was to get SpongeBob to trade his hat for others. Since these plans failed easily, Krabs had no choice but to scare it off. In the middle of the night, he used a picture of a ghost on looseleaf to send the message that the hat was cursed and had to be placed back to its rightful owner, Smitty Werben Man Jensen. Mr. Krabs realized his plan has gone too far when SpongeBob technically did return the hat to its rightful owner, whose name was something Krabs didn't come prepared for. He went to the cemetery and searched every grave but found the grave and the hat. Suddenly, the entire graveyard of dead fish came alive and demanded the hat back. Mr. Krabs, who was not ready to surrender the hat, fought every last undead fish until dawn. The customers of his antique sale from earlier were all there, so Krabs could sell the hat for an astounding price. It is then revealed that many hats were discovered in a warehouse and that they are actually abundant and worthless. Krabs threw away the hat and cried as his chance for fortune was gone.