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Religious Head Bandages

A way of displaying what has put your mind at ease.
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These head bandages are not meant to cover physical wounds, but serve as an indication that some sort of trauma has taken place in the general area of the bandage and that others should be careful not to upset the remedy that is symbolically rendered on the outside surface.

The design of the bandage is quite simple and distinct from any actual religious headress, and is basically an adhesive strip of tape. By wearing Religious Head Bandages others will take care around the sensitive area.

rcarty, Mar 26 2013


       I'm sure I'm just being obtuse, and that this really is charming/witty/insightful - but I just don't get it.
Custardguts, Mar 26 2013

       The idea is that religion is sort of a bandage on the trauma of existence, and mucking with the bandage becomes personally offensive because its a sore spot?
rcarty, Mar 26 2013

       Religious Head Badinage...a USB Baphomet head for your pc, with many poor jokes, coming to a home shopping channel near you..
not_morrison_rm, Mar 26 2013

       I sort of understand the idea, but it should be broadened to other emotional or traumatic wounds like a broken heart for instance. You can walk around for years with a broken heart and no one would know. I know because this happened to me. I don't know if people would act more sensitively or just ridicule you...( I gave a bun because it has some merit)
xandram, Mar 26 2013

       Do you take it off when the remedy is well established in the victim's mindset with a slim chance of being altered or after the healing is complete and the symbol no longer needed?
sweet, Mar 26 2013

       Actually in that exact scenario the prescription is more of the bandages.
rcarty, Mar 26 2013

       See I knew I was being obtuse.   

       I think the analogy of a crutch would have been more appropriate.
Custardguts, Mar 26 2013

       //no one would know// If you want people to know, [xandram], I think you're supposed to wear it on your sleeve. That also makes it easier to attach the bandage.
pertinax, Mar 27 2013

       I think it was John Lennon who said "God is a concept by which we measure our pain". He hadn't thought about it very carefully, either.
pertinax, Mar 27 2013

       Most atheists wear these after discussions with religious folk, having banged their heads against a brick wall for the duration.
theleopard, Mar 27 2013

       Introducing the NMR handy, pocket-sized* polystyrene brick wall bit, ideal for multiple cranium impacts. Reversible for...the same on the other side. Only $9.99.   

       *Comes with the 6ft x 3ft pocket, simply stitch onto your own garments.
not_morrison_rm, Mar 27 2013

       I would think there was a market for an inflatable brick wall, folded very small, and instantly activated by a CO2 canister.
pocmloc, Mar 27 2013


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