Waste your first week back at work with this strangely addictive 18th century wig maker.

Waste your first week back at work with this strangely addictive 18th century wig maker.
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The Internet has made so many things easier: responding to our friends with up to six different emojis, sending farts through the mail, and now the Victoria and Albert Museum in London has an online tool just for designing your own elaborate 18th-century wig. Yes, those powdered, over-decorated hindrances that graced high-society heads in the 1700s. And just like watching this dog eat corn on the cob, using the tool to make highly impractical headgear is a strangely soothing way to spend your time online.

Waste your first week back at work with this strangely addictive 18th century wig maker.
Dressing up in the 18th century was like putting yourself at ground zero of an atomic bomb blast of fancy shit.

Plus, when you powder the wig, the wig-making tool puts a spray cone on the model's face that makes her look like one of the MAD Magazine Spy vs. Spy guys, and the powder comes out of some sweet-ass bellows:

Waste your first week back at work with this strangely addictive 18th century wig maker.
This wig image just needs a few lines of dialogue, and it'll become a successful alt-history dystopia film pitch.

You can try the tool here

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