doctorow at March 28th, 2014 15:01 — #1
steve_l at March 28th, 2014 15:39 — #2
I want to do this with a picture of John Barrowman's head.
skeuomorph at March 28th, 2014 16:57 — #3
Carrying one of these around while wearing a "headless figure" outfit would make a great halloween costume.
newliminted at March 28th, 2014 18:17 — #4
I found it much easier to just put someone else's head in a jar.
vrplumber at March 28th, 2014 19:06 — #5
Obviously fake, the opening of the jar isn't big enough for the standard head.
If you really want to fool someone, use a real head, but not one you have murdered.
lightningwaltz at March 28th, 2014 19:18 — #6
Now intrigued to find out what yellow, blue and orange water mixture will look like.
Great concept Mike.
prestonsturges at March 28th, 2014 19:50 — #7
Great Mother's Day present.
brainspore at March 28th, 2014 23:47 — #8
That's what makes a head-in-a-jar such a fun and intriguing conversation starter. It's like a ship in a bottle!
eark_the_bunny at March 29th, 2014 01:47 — #9
What do you mean it will not fit through the opening of the jar? Heck, just soak the head in vinegar until it gets soft enough and you can squeeze that puppy into a mayonnaise jar.
rocketpj at March 29th, 2014 12:50 — #10
Fun as a gimmick. The next obvious step, which I will have to take soon, will be to make pickles in the jar and actually use it for such.
jsroberts at March 29th, 2014 15:08 — #11
I always use this method for storing my heads:
medievalist at March 31st, 2014 13:47 — #12
I just use a letterspike and a bowling bag.
Man, I tried to find the appropriate video for that comment but when I typed "head on a letterspike" into YouTube search I got nothing but "My Little Pony" stuff... which I did not watch. Some things man was not meant to know.
doctorow at April 2nd, 2014 15:01 — #13
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