Don't You Wish The Subtle Sounds Of Nature Were Deafening Sometimes?

Don't You Wish The Subtle Sounds Of Nature Were Deafening Sometimes?

Loud N' Clear

If The Golden Girls is any indication, your golden years are going to be the sassiest time in your life.  Finally, you can be as curmudgeonly and unyeilding as you like, and no one can fault you. But it's not all well-timed quips, telling it like it is, and teaching Mario Lopez how to write a killer essay. No, aging has its drawbacks, namely the general deterioration of the human body. One day you're walking through the park, enjoying the sounds of the birds chirping, and the next day (or 30 years later) you're screaming at the birds, "What? Chirp up, dammit! I'm trying to enjoy nature!"

Sure, you could get a hearing aid, but you don't want to look like an old fool—and that's where Loud N Clear comes in:

Since Loud N Clear appeals to such a diverse group of people, no one would automatically think you're a old peron who's losing their hearing. They could mistake you for a hunter who wears a bluetooth headset in the woods, or a guy who wears a bluetooth headset to bed, or a creep who is listening in on strangers' conversations at a party, or a mom who is eavesdropping on her young  kids at a playground because that's necessary, or just a run-of-the-mill douche wearing a bluetooth headset in church. No one ever has to know that you're an aging fool who fell for an infomercial instead of just getting a hearing aid!

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