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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:
Of course, we're open to suggestions for future styles.
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(?) For [mephista]
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.
||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?
||...like that old lady Ruth Buzzi played, 'ceptin' for the old lady and Ruth Buzzi part
||[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.
||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....