Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Heads up Gyro Wig

drowse without drooping
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Finally a product to cure nodding, bobbing, dipping and even jerking of the head after a night of partying, studying or baking! Whether sitting in a meeting, at the opera or visiting the in-laws, you can look wide awake while fast asleep.

Yes, that’s right, don this spinning hairpiece and snooze away with no risk of nap whiplash or a doze egg on your face. The secret is a revolving wig of optical fibers. As the shimmering strands swirl around the headband at 1800 rpm, stroboscopic LEDs illuminate them 30 times a second, making the hair appear to stand still.

The rotating mass acts as a gyroscope, helping you keep your head upright. Turn on the twirling toupee before entering the room, place the battery cushion under you and no one will be the wiser. Even eventual zzzzing will be masked by the dervish device’s soft buzzing.

FarmerJohn, Jun 21 2003

a tired customer http://www.geocitie....html?1056203422155
[FarmerJohn, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       I definitely need this.
RayfordSteele, Jun 21 2003

       Syrup-tastic +
gnomethang, Jun 21 2003

       baked, weetabix <grin>
po, Jun 21 2003

       no patting allowed
senatorjam, Jun 21 2003

       This should include an automatic response machine. You can record some standard, multi-usable (is this a word?) comment, triggered when your name is mentioned so while you're asleep you can still pretend you're following a conversation. Your own laughter will be triggered when others laugh, and so on.
Pericles, Jun 21 2003

       Boy, that hair piece sure looks real! Sign me up!
k_sra, Jun 21 2003

       This would make an excellent Wimhurst machine; just run the electrostatic leads down to my fingers for that Emperor Palpatine effect.
RayfordSteele, Nov 19 2007


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