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Ear hair clipper side view mirrors

Sorry, TMI
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I'm just sayin. It would make it easier. Would have to be magnification mirrors.
JesusHChrist, Apr 12 2015

Bruce Wayne says what? http://www.yankodes...ce-wayne-says-what/
[JesusHChrist, Apr 13 2015]

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       You're right (+)
normzone, Apr 12 2015
  

       Somebodies got to say it...EEwwwww. There done. Now a bun to stuff in your hairless earscape.
blissmiss, Apr 12 2015
  

       A non-problem just crying out for an expensive, complex, overly-engineered solution involving VR goggles, fibre optics, stereoscopic low-light cameras, ultrasonic rangefinding, carbon-fibre composite articulation frames, solid-state lasers, superconductors, and a $2.99 ear-hair trimmer powered by a single AA battery.
8th of 7, Apr 12 2015
  

       Not an expensive, complex, overly-engineered solution involving VR goggles, fibre optics, stereoscopic low-light cameras, ultrasonic rangefinding, carbon-fibre composite articulation frames, solid-state lasers, superconductors. [-]
Voice, Apr 12 2015
  

       This is downright earie...
21 Quest, Apr 13 2015
  

       You have failed to indicate exactly on the side of what these mirrors are to be placed. Are they on the wall, the car or your face?
xandram, Apr 13 2015
  

       //Are they on the wall, the car or your face?// - why are you suggesting that only one of these surfaces should hold mirrors?
hippo, Apr 13 2015
  

       I don't see that I suggested that...I was asking a question.
xandram, Apr 13 2015
  

       If they had a head fitting and could be worn like headphones, then they could probably double as bat phones (link) and with a rotatable fittings at the top and bottom, as regular old rear view mirrors which I could really use. This 3-in-one contraption may actualy be worth building. Mirrored convex assistive hearing device that triples as an assistive ear hair removal device and rear view mirror. I predict that I will not be getting asked to any proms this year.
JesusHChrist, Apr 13 2015
  
      
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