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Hat with Mini-Mirror Inside

Ooooh! Shiny!
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People walk around with hats on, but when they take them off, their hair gets messed up. This could be fixed by sewing a small, flexible mirror inside the hat. You take of the hat, look inside, and whip out your comb (is flexible and is located in a pouch under the brim of your hat) to fix your hair.
DesertFox, May 23 2004

something like this? http://www.yale.edu...mage/mirror_hat.jpg
[po, Oct 05 2004]

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       Hat should have pouch for comb too.
kbecker, May 23 2004
  

       Yes. Ive added that. Thanks.
DesertFox, May 23 2004
  

       Presumably a small bottle of hair-gel also.
britboy, May 24 2004
  

       swiss army hat?
po, May 24 2004
  

       This has only one logical conclusion: A Richard Dean Anderson celebrity endorsement.
shapu, May 24 2004
  

       Would you make a special version of this hat without the mirror for people who already have mirrors available (such as motorbike riders, car drivers, anybody who arrives at a building with a decent rest-room, vampire detectors and, of course, mirror salesmen)?
dobtabulous, May 25 2004
  

       Neato. +
sartep, May 25 2004
  

       I've known a few flexible "mirrors" in my time. They are not to be trusted.
k_sra, May 25 2004
  

       Well why not, dotabulous!
DesertFox, May 25 2004
  

       No, not quite like that psycho hat, po. :)
DesertFox, Feb 09 2005
  

       [+}
skinflaps, Feb 20 2005
  
      
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