Today is and has been National Argyle Day. In popular jargon, Argyle is a pattern for weaving and knitting, made popular in south-west Scotland, a region power-packed with sheep. Sheep are indispensable when knitting or weaving woolens.
Rhinos neither knit nor weave, but We have an innate fashion sense, so We do creep in at the margins of this theme. Traditional garb is dandy, but there’s plenty of room for further investigation.
It’s hard to keep Us Rhinos out when there are intellectual movements afoot.