Light Headed: This Cap Lets You Look Like a Doofus In The Dark

In the daytime everyone can see what a dork you are, but what about at night? With the Light Headed cap you can attract attention to how lame you are when the sun goes down:

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That has to feature the most cutesy rhymes of any commercial since the Snuggie, which will add to the coolness factor

Someone had the bright idea to plaster the words “I’m LightHeaded” right on the hat, so everyone has fair warning about your lack of mental acumen.

They offer an unidentified “surprise gift” with purchase. The perfect bonus for this product would be the BrightFeet lighted slippers, so that a person could be illuminated from head to toe, just like some kind of clueless angel.

The inevitable success of Light Headed will no doubt give birth to new versions of the product featuring beer cans hooked to either side (this will go well this the printed words) and fake dog doo on the brim.


  • 5 Responses to “Light Headed: This Cap Lets You Look Like a Doofus In The Dark”

  • And why can’t these people get a headlamp instead of this idiotic product? Is it just not stylish enough?

    Comment by Anne Packrat on July 1, 2011 at 11:04 am

  • We go camping out in the middle of nowhere (not in campgrounds) so flashlights or headlamps are an absolute neccessity. That said, I’d be embarrassed to wear this even out where the only things that could see me were the kangaroo rats!

    Comment by Craftygma on July 3, 2011 at 10:26 am

  • This product looks like a good idea to me. The design of typical headlights leaves much to be desired. First, the elastic typically used to hold the light to your head has to be tight and uncomfortable because there is no weight to it for counterbalancing the batteries and lamp and housing. Second the elastic wears out after a while. Third the cap is dual-purpose while the headlamp is not. Fourth a headlight is a very ugly lump on your forehead and screams “doofus” even louder than this illuminated cap might.

    Comment by Ed Abeyta on August 12, 2011 at 11:48 am

  • There are four lights!

    Comment by Red on December 10, 2011 at 1:02 am

  • have a question about the operation of the caps

    Comment by Ronnie Tyner on September 16, 2012 at 12:30 pm