I always watch for rock solid, money making, innovative product ideas. Because you are my loyal readers, I am going to give you some insider information before the general public has time to catch on. Keep an open mind and remember, I am not a professional engineer.
I do hire professional engineers for my projects, but only those who lack common sense. When you think about some of the unnecessary frustrations we all experience with products we own, it is easy to conclude that there are plenty of engineers lacking common sense to choose from.
I am forming a new company, Boyle Industries, that plans to develop innovative designs for holiday theme motorcycle helmets. We predict riders will want to wear these helmets because all riders want to look and be cool.
My IPO is being offered soon. Go ahead and send me as many $100 bills as you can stuff into a legal size envelope before the word gets out and my company sky rockets to success. I will send you your stock certificates as soon as I have enough cash to buy a used printer.
Here are just a few of my sterling holiday helmet ideas. There is no reason why I should have to be the only one doing all the thinking, so feel free to share your own holiday helmet ideas. If I adopt any of your holiday helmet ideas, you can look forward to a mailbox jammed with royalty checks
January – A helmet shaped like a giant ice bucket to celebrate New Years Eve.
February – A helmet shaped like a giant Bing cherry with a long stem sticking up to celebrate George Washington’s birthday.
March – A helmet shaped like a giant 4-leaf clover to celebrate Saint Patricks Day.
April – A helmet shaped like a wood barrel which is all many of us have left to wear after April 15 – 1040 tax return day.
May – A helmet shaped like a giant baby bottle with a rubber nipple on top to celebrate Mother’s Day.
June – A helmet shaped like a giant whiskey bottle with a rubber nipple on top to celebrate Father’s Day.
July – A helmet shaped like a fire cracker with a fuse on top filled with real gun powder to celebrate 4th of July.
August – A helmet shaped like a giant water melon to celebrate National Water Melon Day.
September – A helmet shaped like a giant chicken head to celebrate National Chicken month.
October – A helmet shaped like a giant pumpkin to celebrate Halloween.
November – A helmet shaped like a giant turkey to celebrate Thanksgiving.
December – A helmet shaped like a giant Christmas tree ornament to celebrate Christmas.
I know some of you are thinking my idea is goofy and impossible. My friends, nothing is too goofy to catch on if enough people embrace the concept. The tattoo craze is an excellent example of a goofy idea that managed to become extremely popular.
The photo below gives you a clear idea for my concept potential. This is my October Holiday Helmet Special.
There you have it. Boyle Industries brings you tomorrow’s stupid ideas today.