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September 13, 2007

'Censored' Glasses


One of my top ten items of the year.

Perfect for TechnoDolts™ (and those who love them) who simply haven't a clue about how to use Photoshop to achieve this effect.

From the website:

    'Censored' Glasses

    Clever dark glasses that look and photograph just like a censor bar.

    Perfect for wild parties and a great gag gift.

    But don't blame us for you getting attention when you don’t want to be recognized.

    Not for use as sunglasses.

    7" wide.




September 13, 2007 at 09:01 AM | Permalink


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I did this in high school! It's true. In tenth grade I got so sick of study hall (I figured I could have been having a lot more fun anywhere else) that I Magic Markered up a bunch of notebook paper, pasted in to cut-out cardboard, cut tiny holes for each eye so I could see enough to navigate around and taped it to my glasses. (Wore glasses then.) Had about five other friends doing it, too. I also made a bigger one to tape across my chest (hubba hubba) like they do for nekkid pictures but a teacher ripped it off of me while I was walking down the hall. Told me it wasn't funny. Sure did get big yucks during the couple hours I wore it, though. And it was just starting to catch on real big, too. Ahead of my time, for once.

Posted by: Flautist | Sep 14, 2007 6:01:24 PM

Very funny ;-)

Posted by: Stephen Bove | Sep 14, 2007 1:36:26 PM

There used to be "the unknown comic" - could this lead to pictures of "the unknown anesthesiologist?" I think that the glasses are a better choice than that paper bag...

Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Sep 13, 2007 9:20:45 AM

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