17 Bizarre Inventions From the Early 20th Century That Fortunately Never Became Popular

    17 Bizarre Inventions From the Early 20th Century That Fortunately Never Became Popular

    17 Bizarre Inventions From the Early 20th Century That Fortunately Never Became Popular
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    11:14 AM EST, November 26, 2023, updated: 5:24 PM EST, November 26, 2023

    The world would be a very strange place today if the things you are about to see in the pictures became popular. Can you imagine living in those days and seeing them in person?

    Here are a dozen strange inventions from the past.

    #1 Cones Providing Makeup Protection From Storms and Snowstorms (1939)

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    #2 A Bicycle That Can Be Used on Land and Water (1931)

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    #3 A Mouthpiece That Allows You to Smoke Two Cigarettes at Once (1932)

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    #4 Revolver That Takes a Picture Just Before Firing (1938)

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    #5 A Bicycle for the Whole Family… With a Sewing Machine for the Lady of the House (1939)

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    #6 The One-Wheeled Motorcycle (1931)

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    #7 Multi-Wheeled Off-Road Vehicle (1931)

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    #8 Safety Net to Protect Pedestrians From Being Hit by the Car (1924)

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    #9 Portable Expandable Bridge (1926)

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    #10 Life Vests That Were Made From Bicycle Inner Tubes (1925)

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    #11 A Hat with a Radio (1931)

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    #12 Glasses That Let You Read While Lying Down (1936)

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    #13 A Piano That Can Be Used While Lying in Bed (1935)

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    #14 a Device That Teaches Children to Walk (1939)

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    #15 The Extended Camper (1934)

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    #16 Ice Cube Mask to Keep Actresses Looking Fresh Between Recordings (1947)

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    #17 And This Is the Only One of the Bunch That Survived and Is Doing Well: This Is What the Beginnings of the Hairdryer Looked Like

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