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Headtime Will Massage Your Scalp, Eat Your Brain

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By Evan Ackerman

This thing? This thing scares me. This is a problem, since it’s supposed to be relieving stress as opposed to causing stress. Seriously. It’s a stress relieving device that looks suspiciously like the mouth of a lamprey, which, in case you didn’t know, is a fish that bores into your flesh and sucks your blood out. The Headtime scalp massager features 29 silicon balls, 34 ceramic balls, LED lighting, temperature control, and an internal speaker system that plays soothing nature sounds. You wear it on your head like a hat and pretend that it doesn’t make you look like this guy:

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“Hey honey, look at me and my new hat! I’ve got 63 balls massaging my scalp right now!” “Take that thing off and kill it with fire before I jam this toothbrush into your eye socket, you stupid idiot.”

No word on price or availability, and here’s hoping it stays that way.

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  • franco1975

    Man: Look how cool this makes me look honey.
    Woman: *fake smile * uh huh sure

  • mcman

    Imagine someone slipping this thing on your head while you're asleep. Prank-o-rama!

    Actually, it could be a multitasker! Motorcycle helmet! Hmm? Huh? Anyone? Bueller?

  • boquigley

    Ouch. I can only imagine having to get that thing off your head once a couple locks of hair have wrapped around the necks of those balls.

  • Jessicat

    As long as it feels good, who cares what it looks like. I doubt it's meant to be worn outside. Nor is it suppose to be a new fashion statement.

  • http://microreaders.blogspot.com/ Arijit Das

    It is called as the Luxury Life!!

  • Nikkita Croix

    The pictures on the website make it look like it is made to be worn outside and everywhere. The spikes on the massage pads look like they would lead to extreme scalp irritation, though. And hair snags, that is a horror I wouldn't curse on anyone.

  • Nikkita Croix

    The pictures on the website make it look like it is made to be worn outside and everywhere. The spikes on the massage pads look like they would lead to extreme scalp irritation, though. And hair snags, that is a horror I wouldn't curse on anyone.