Mirrored 'Periscope Glasses' Allow You To See A Full Foot Over Your Own Head

June 17, 2019


These are the periscope glasses invented by the founder of children's nonprofit Little Inventors, Dominic Wilcox. Apparently Dominic came up with the idea after seeing a woman dancing at a concert who didn't have a view of the band on account of all the tall people in the audience. The glasses allow a user to see a full foot over their own head. Plus they look cool. Cool enough to impress (and eventually get to make love to) a giant? One can only hope. But even if they aren't, they're still going to take playing submarine in my bathtub to the next level. *practices making sonar boops to locate penis*

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Thanks to Allyson S, who

  • GeneralDisorder

    This is great for peeking over the parapet looking for the enemy sniper. Although since trench warfare hasn't happened since WW1 mostly... I'd say this is probably not all that useful.

  • Steve Spivey

    They also allow others to see down your shirt.

  • Bling Nye

    I often see not just a foot, but two feet over my head. They're your mom's.

  • Doog


  • Ollie Williams

    Am I the only one who gets a, "I wear these so I can see over junior high school walls." vibe from this dude? No? Just me. Okay.

  • Doog

    See over bathroom stall dividers kinda vibe?

  • Ollie Williams


  • Captain Matticus, LP Inc.

    "You wouldn't hit a guy with glasses, would you?"

    "Well, I hadn't wanted to, until now."

  • sizzlepants

    Pretty sure offering a short girl the chance to get on your back to see the band will get you laid a lot more often than making her a pair of the dorkiest glasses imaginable.

  • Eric Ord

    I'm going to get this for my enemies so they can finally see my point

  • jimmycleaver

    Best tool for short people when they want to feel like normal people.

  • Doog

    "Thanks to Allyson S, who..." Who what? We need to know!

  • James Mcelroy

    should be perfect for concerts.

  • Douchy McDouche

    For those who feel they don't have enough humiliation in their life.

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