Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Ear-Shaped Headphones

For the Listener of Discretion
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Available in a variety of sizes, shapes and skin tones, these headphones are designed to hook over your existing ears so you can listen to your ipod or walkman discreetly.

For use any time you'd rather be listening to something else, such as school or church, meetings or presentations.

Thugs can't tell you're wearing them, thus reducing petty theft and street crimes.

Simply twiddle a piercing to reconnect to the outside world.
lintkeeper2, May 03 2004

An idea by [lostdog]... http://www.halfbakery.com/idea/i-and-iPod
...provided inspiration. [lintkeeper2, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]

Liike the radio option on my anticipation retention ears. http://www.halfbake..._20Retention_20Ears
But more discreet.... [squeak, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]


       Only if they come with a Vulcan option.
DrCurry, May 03 2004

       ... and Neanderthal, obviously.
jonthegeologist, May 03 2004

       and elven. or is it elfen? like elves. i'm all in.
xclamp, May 03 2004

       Why does everyone want a funny pair? I was thinking they'd look like normal ears so as not to draw attention to oneself. Or even a more handsome set if you've been stuck with a hideous pair in real life.
A whacking huge pointy pair would defeat the purpose.
lintkeeper2, May 03 2004

       the consumer is always right. even when they want mis-shapen unnatural aural appendages. don't look a gift croissant in the ear...wait a sec...croissant shaped ears! i'm all in!
xclamp, May 03 2004

       So that’s why Galadriel never seemed to be paying attention.
AO, May 03 2004


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