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You never know when you might need a clever disguise in an emergency.

All you need is some sticky backed self adhesive velcro and a pair of scissors, and you can have yourself a brand new identity before her father can break down your front door...

then...

Angry Father: "Where is that little *&^&^*(&^$#%$#??? I'm going to tear him apart."
You: "I'm sorry sir. The man you are looking for just left out the back door."
Angry Father: "Thanks for that. Enjoy your stay in our country."


Just have a look at these pictures to learn how to make your own instant disguise. It might be handy to make up a few of these to keep on hand just in case. 
i have ordered some clear lens glasses and this will be perfect for my disguise!! thank for the instructable its really cool.
Thanks. I'm glad you like it.
Can you make a beard too? I COULD FINALLY BE A BEARDED LADY FOR HALLOWEEN!
Why not?<br>In fact you could cover your entire body and be a gorilla. Removal might be a bit painful in places though.
yay I bet it would
Boy, i never would have guessed that was you. : )
haha love it :) <br>
This is simply brilliant! Combined with a few choice Acme products we can all now fulfil our respective evil master plans!<br><br>On a scale of &quot;Meh&quot; to &quot;Please kill me now&quot; (or 1-10 if you prefer) how much does it hurt to pull them off your face?
Good question. I'd like to give you the answer you deserve. But unfortunately I no speak English.
Perhaps when your moustache-free friend shows up he can answer for you.
Hi Foolish. Doesn't hurt a bit. But then I didn't wear mine for more than a couple of minutes.<br>
oooh, mah un-Moustacheioed Lady-friends will thoroughly enjoy this one. Thank you good sir!
Again, I wonder what is really happening under the hat.<br><br>Brilliant, as always.

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