By Cory Doctorow at 6:52 am Tue, Jul 5, 2011
Finally, a match for my lightsaber curling iron.
I can see the commercial now …
“Gee! Why is my hair so flat and oily?”
*breathe* “Rebel scum.” *breathe*
What if the Dark Lord had anchovies for breakfast? No thanks.
this thing needs motion sensors that make the hairdryer emit TIE Fighter sounds when you move it around your head.
Shouldn’t it just make loud breathing sounds?
“I find your lack of conditioner disturbing.”
I’d love it if, when turned on, it made the *hohhhhh* Darth Vader inhale sound, followed by a loud Vader exhale when you pushed the button. *HHHHHHHHHHHH*
So, Cory, how does one divide a household of three in half? LOL!
Prepare to meet the imperial IP lawyers from Lucas.
When it overheats, it must scream NOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!
BLOOOOOOOOW! But as we all know was only the first person inside the Vader suit, before he was replaced by someone with a similar back-story but much cooler.
I picked it up in the store, and immediately I thought “The force is strong in this one.”
And sure enough, it does have plenty of force when you turn it on.
I can dry your hair in twelve parsecs.
I am altering your hair. Pray I don’t alter it any further.
I think the handle should be like a lightsaber handlegrip. And no matter what style you want your hair to be, you end up having your hair curled up into doughnut pleats round your ears like Princess Leia. :)
It didn’t even ask me any questions.
I hope it sounds like this: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3687980/vadryer.mp3
If it played the imperial march then it would have to be done through some awesome lo-fi method like airflow modification or fan-speed modification….. that would be five colours of awesome!
“You should not have combed back!”
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