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Andy Kaufman's Sunglasses
Andy kaufman sunglasses

Origin

Andy Kaufman (Tony Clifton)

Type

Large Pair of Sunglasses

Effects

Has the power to deceive anyone into believing whatever the wearer says is true

Downsides

Wearer often breaks out into song at random times

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

A. Peterson

Section

Bickerstaff-561RA

Aisle

8738093-928928

Shelf

287982-2209-828373

Date of Collection

June 17th, 1989

[Source]


OriginEdit

Originally used by Kaufman when immersed into his anti-character, Tony Clifton, a very un-likeable singer that constantly abused his audience. His characteristics were apart of many elaborate hoaxes and practical jokes, something that Kaufman thoroughly enjoyed to do with his audience. These sunglasses were imbued with Kaufman's ability to create such hoaxes, giving them the power to influence and lie to people without them knowing.

EffectsEdit

Has the power to deceive anyone into believing whatever the wearer says is true; however, the wearer is forced to perform a song and dance number at random.

CollectionEdit

It was collected by Agent Aaron Peterson on June 17th, 1989.

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