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The Sweet Dreams Pillow Hat

snug as a head hug
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No more searching for and adjusting your pillow in the dead of night. Keep it close to you and sleep tight all night with the Sweet Dreams Pillow Hat. Cushioned with your choice of man-made or bird-made filler, the pillow hat is always there for you on the sides, back and fore of your head. Its mesh top and ribbed inside surface ensure comfy ventilation.

Pick out some pillow hat cases among our large stock including Ashen Igloo, Ebony Afro and Camo Helmet. Our product is also warmly recommended as protection from sleeping mates’ flailing arms or during pillow fights, when sleepwalking or falling asleep at the wheel or handlebars.

FarmerJohn, Jun 11 2004

in our Blue Bob and night creme http://www.bubbasik...ics/WIGS/EveWig.gif
[FarmerJohn, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]

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       need picture please...
doughy, Jun 11 2004
  

       linked
FarmerJohn, Jun 11 2004
  

       [FJ], I think he wanted a picture of the pillow hat...
luecke, Jun 11 2004
  

       Don't forget the Arabian Night, Grey Alien and New Perm styles.
phoenix, Jun 11 2004
  

       Thanks for the picture, any picture will do....
doughy, Jun 11 2004
  

       Ahh, I get it!
daseva, Jun 11 2004
  

       For those who don’t get it, the pillow hat would resemble a page-boy haircut (bobbed) like a Darth Vader helmet or afro but fluffier and sans the top, making an airy tonsure.
FarmerJohn, Jun 11 2004
  

       How about a retro Mork-style egg shape, particularly good for sleeping upside-down too.
WYBloke, Jun 11 2004
  

       I don't use pillows, but this could be a good solution to start ignoring my sleeping mate's snoring. Good one!
Pericles, Jun 11 2004
  

       Same here, I saw it just briefly and then said "hmm, I wonder." +
sartep, Jun 13 2004
  

       This would be worth it for the sound insulating properties alone.
5th Earth, Jun 13 2004
  

       i want a sound deadening pillow, it is more likely than having the house I'm in re plumbed.
engineer1, Jun 14 2004
  
      
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