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Exhaust sock

An automotive meme
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Take a windsock-like sleeve of heat resistant fabric and attach it to the tail pipe of a car. When the engine is running, the sock will inflate/blow around.

Suggested depictions:
Fake flames
Fake leg/foot
One of those "dancing people" usually seen at car lots (this one requires an upturned piece of fabric or tailpipe and will probably only work when the car isn't moving)
Fake lance
Fake tailpipe
{Your ad here}

phoenix, Feb 23 2004

Wind Dancers http://www.inflate....tegory_Code=winddan
Caution: Do NOT watch while stoned. [Klaatu, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       Sure, sized to fit.   

       How about a big sign that says "Stay off my bumper!"?
phoenix, Feb 23 2004

       I like the fake foot flag. + Arizona will never be the same...
k_sra, Feb 26 2004

       a rat's ass plus tail (would look like a rodent has just dived up your rearend)
po, Feb 26 2004

       Could also be an indication of wether or not your car is running properly. I'd like to see [KL_Rico]'s car with a goofy sock on it!
Letsbuildafort, Feb 26 2004

       please elaborate, toe!
po, Feb 26 2004

       It can be dangerous to believe everything you hear.   

       Personally, I want exhaust sock turn signals at the rear of the car. You'd need a split exhaust system, and some means of retracting the dancer between uses.
normzone, Feb 26 2004

       ap: anything from here.
Letsbuildafort, Feb 26 2004

       I love it. Reminds me of wind dancers. <link>
Klaatu, Feb 26 2004

       I like it. And I like [normzone]'s adaptation. Reminds me of this comment made elsewhere: "I'd like the punchy clown things even better if they'd rapidly inflate and deflate as auxiliary turn indicators."
half, Feb 26 2004


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