12/29/10

Collien Minifon - Relatively mini.

Joke #1 - Enormous tie conceals microphone of  recorder-sized recording device.

Joke #2 - Smaller than a television set, this mini recorder can be concealed inside an ordinary library-edition bible for secret recording anywhere in a certain portion of one floor of a library.

Joke #3 - Provided no foreign officers think to do even the most basic of body searches, and they don't open his strange little briefcase, your secret agent can make recordings 2 1/2 hours long.

Joke #4 - Tie conceals tiny microphone and thickest microphone cord in the world.

Joke #5 - Concealed under a tie, this super-sensitive miniature microphone can secretly record sounds made by the wearer, or his tie.

Joke #6 - Tie conceals tiny microphone of miniature recording device, which is hidden under a much larger tie inside a satchel, connected to the first tie by a completely un-suspicious cord, wrapped in a third tie, just to be sneaky.

Joke #7 - A British model is planned, compatible with ascots.

Joke #8 - Battery life is projected to be 2 hours, but can be extended by use of solar hat, which is easily disguised as ordinary radar hat.

Joke #9 - Not for use with Collien Super Noise Siren Tie or Collien Magnetic Shirt.

Joke #10 - Tiny microphone of miniature recording device concealed under tie, or inside secret agent's neck-shoe.

Joke #11 - World's smallest recording device is hidden inside lunchbox. World's yummiest lunch is concealed inside different case resembling secret miniature recorder.

[ Commenter jokes will be added to the post.  -Mgmt.]


Hah! Three good ones from Craig. Observe...

A. Tiny recording device conceals man with tie.

II: Tiny microphone concealed by world's largest tie tack.

3 - World's smallest recording device is powered by two deep cycle marine batteries weighing just 43 pounds each.

Wish I'd thought of those! Hat tip to Craig.    -Mgmt.

1 comments:

Craig said...

A. Tiny recording device conceals man with tie.

II: Tiny microphone concealed by world's largest tie tack.

3 - World's smallest recording device is powered by two deep cycle marine batteries weighing just 43 pounds each.

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