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The Bluetooth Excuse

Imitation Bluetooth Wireless Headset
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The Bluetooth Excuse is a fake Bluetooth wireless headset that gives you an excuse to do out of the ordinary things and still look some what ordinary. Do you feel silly singing in the car by your self? Now you can pull up to that red light with confidence. Do you often talk to your self and find other people making fun of you? Not only do you have the perfect excuse to be you, you can also have some random fun. Get other people's attention while you stand in line shopping: "Hey, How are you?" Watch all the shoppers around you turn their head and really think you are talking to them. A second later, turn your head and flash that important looking bluetooth headset at them. You can even laugh at them with out them knowing! The Bluetooth Excuse is packed full of fun. Why pay $59.99 for a real Bluetooth headset when you can get all of the popular features for just $5.99.
IdeallyFourWord, Jun 18 2007

See? http://www.ifi.uniz...rinaldi/gnomes.html
Gnomes! [pertinax, Jun 18 2007]

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       Or - wear a dark suit, a pair of Foster Grants and have one of those Secret Service style coiled wires reaching up from inside your coat, into a fake earpiece. +
xenzag, Jun 18 2007
  

       Ooh, I like that.
theleopard, Jun 18 2007
  

       //Why pay $59.99 for a real Bluetooth headset when you can get all of the popular features for just $5.99.//
Well, maybe because the $59.99 works...but anyway, a bun for having some fun.
xandram, Jun 18 2007
  

       I often talk to my elf.   

       "Yah, great, I'll see you in Zurich, chao."
marklar, Jun 18 2007
  

       I thought it was gnomes in Zurich, not elves.
pertinax, Jun 18 2007
  

       Do you misspell "Ciao" when you talk to yourself?
hippo, Jun 18 2007
  

       Only when he talks to his elf.   

       This was fully baked long ago with cellphones that are not connected or even turned on.
nuclear hobo, Jun 18 2007
  

       You have to put a flashing blue light on it so you can use it at night.   

         

       I do this all the time with my real bluetooth, the problem is my friends know that I do it. They slap my bluetooth off my ear (jackarse's). I would love to have a cheap one to play with.
evilpenguin, Jun 18 2007
  

       This would be a nice gift for crazy mumblers like office coworkers and homeless shelter denizens.
RayfordSteele, Dec 03 2007
  
      
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