The Boring Company has a website for Elon’s Burnt Hair cologne


The Boring Company has a password-protected webpage for Elon Musk’s Burnt Hair cologne, suggesting it’s going ahead with the product.

The Boring Company appears to be moving forward with Elon Musk’s new cologne, Burnt Hair by Singed. Jaan from EV Universe reached out to Teslarati to share the password-protected web page on The Boring Company website. The url, Boringcompany.com/burnthairis currently empty and protected for the time being.

Jaan noted that before selling the Not-A-Flamethrowers, The Boring Company also protected this web page with a password which was changed after it leaked. Jaan said he wanted his wife to “go ‘wtf’ when I wear the cologne.”

In September, Elon Musk shared a new idea for a men’s cologne and said it was coming soon from The Boring Company. We thought he might be trolling, but also, there was this slim chance that he might have been serious.

We even created a meme to which Elon Musk replied, “Strong contender to win the most counter-intuitive product of the year!”

Naturally, we have questions. When will the order page be launched? Will it be a holiday product? Will it be a limited edition product, like the Hats and Not-A-Flamethrowers were? And how much will it cost? $42.69? $69.42? But above all, why the smell of burnt hair?

Singed’s Burnt Hair would make a great idea for an interesting gift, and Elon Musk, who is often the inspiration for cologne memes, has finally released his own cologne.

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The Boring Company has a website for Elon’s Burnt Hair cologne






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