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Hairmet

Cool safety
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A standard motorcycle, skateboard, etc. safety helmet with fake hair on the exterior.

The first run of the line will include:
Afros
Dreadlocks
Mohawks
Beehives

Of course, we're open to suggestions for future styles.

(Admins: I'm open to catagory changes. There is no Product:Safety...)

phoenix, May 10 2002

(?) For [mephista] http://www.amadirec...es/color/viking.jpg
Though I'll bet this ain't exactly what you had in mind. Bonus: it comes with it's own blonde hair. [half, May 12 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

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       If you drilled holes in a conventional helmet, through which you could thread your own hair, it would be even more safe, because you'd almost never get it off.
beauxeault, May 10 2002
  

       does anyone remember Max Wall? - now his style would suit rbl. Ivanidea, I picture as a St Trinian girl with plaits. I'd just like the viking helmet - did that come with hair at all?
po, May 10 2002
  

       always knew po was horny
rbl, May 10 2002
  

       ...like that old lady Ruth Buzzi played, 'ceptin' for the old lady and Ruth Buzzi part
thumbwax, May 11 2002
  

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half, May 12 2002
  

       [Mephista]: I have actually seen motorcyclists wearing the horned Viking-style helmets on the street. More than once. Each time they were bearded and riding some sort of swoopy hard-tailed Harley-Davidson, of course.
bristolz, May 12 2002
  

       I made myself one of these when I was young and stupid. It was an old open face helmet painted like a big pink balding head complete with wrinkles and long white tonsure, false ears with big gold hoops in them.
I later found out that the paint I used had destroyed any protective fetures of the helmet.
Now I am old and stupid the idea of a St. Trinians version is quite appealing. Hmmmmm....
IvanIdea, May 12 2002
  
      
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