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Solar Cap Fan: Don’T Know if It’S Enough to Keep You Cool, but It Definitely Won’T Make You Look Hot

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The weather here’s been very erratic in the past few years; we don’t get a lot of rain during the rainy season, and it rains quite a lot during the dry season. The only thing that I can be sure of is the unforgiving assault of heat and humidity, day in and day out. Which is why I’m not going to make fun of Brando’s new Solar Fan Cap, because if I see one of these for sale (for some reason it’s so easy for me to imagine a sidewalk vendor hawking solar fan caps) I might get one. My forehead needs it that much.

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I’m willing to look stupid for the comfort that half of a tiny fan’s ventilation can provide. Unless of course the solar panels don’t generate enough power, in which case forget it. I still have standards.

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You know, the longer I look at it, the more I’m thinking that it kinda looks awesome. Yeah no it doesn’t. But if you need the cap, go on and get one, it’s only $16 (USD) at Brando. Don’t be like the people who wear uncomfortable shoes or clothes just to look cool. Be the type who wears stupid caps to be cool. Just be yourself. Respect your elders. I can’t stop typing. There.



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