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The Ostrich Pillow!

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A company is offering possibly the perfect solution for resting on the go - an Ostrich Pillow.

The 'look-like-a-dick' invention is placed on the head allowing you to comfortably rest it on any surface, while blocking out visual and aural distractions.

Design studio Kawamura-Ganjavian and product innovators Studio Banana Things are now seeking funding for their idea through renowned creative crowdfunding platform Kickstarter. They say their product will help over-tired workers as they claim a 20 minute power nap increase productivity by 37%.

And increase piss-takery by far, far more.

Images: Rex

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