Elon Musk has an idea for a men’s cologne, but the internet is not convinced – Tech

The king of tweets is back at it again, and this time it is not Twitter, Space X, or a car, but men’s cologne. Yes, you heard it right. The world’s richest billionaire now has a weird idea about his own line of men’s cologne that is not inspired by leather, wood, tobacco, or something like musk, but by “burnt hair.” Elon Musk probably was joking around when he suggested a new men’s fragrance on Twitter.

Coming soon from @BoringCompany, the same people that sold you a Flamethrower

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk)

But you can never know with Elon. His perfume may be appreciated by those who find the aroma of scorched hair appealing. Many fragrance and cologne-related memes have been created using Elon Musk’s last name. If the meme-makers were thinking about the smell of burning hair, it would be a rare ocassion.

“Coming soon from BoringCompany the same people that sold you a Flamethrower
” he tweeted in a series.

As Teslarati reports, Elon Musk said in 2017 that he will begin selling the flamethrower produced by The Boring Company, which he subsequently rebranded as the Not-A-Flamethrower. 20,000 Not-A-Flamethrowers were purchased eventually.

Is there a chance he’ll really follow through? But the internet has a diffrenet take at it after all. While some are not convinvced, others are saying that Elon’s jokes are epic fails. Some, on the other hand, are giving other business diversification ideas like “Stilton cheese”. Here are some noteworthy reactions to what the internet has to say on this.

Please make the bottle look like this pic.twitter.com/8WeLfrT65K

— DogeDesigner (@cb_doge)

Elon’s scent like he was full of insults from my side and he removed himself from my list .. but I brought you back , don’t be afraid @elonmusk https://t.co/XTjAbbL3i8

— 𝓡𝓪𝓷𝓪 𝓚𝓱𝓪𝓽𝓽𝓪𝓻 ﮼رناخطار (@KhattarRana)

I’m gonna buy it as fairies loves irony

— Can (@Can89796976)

You guys should make / sell your own Stilton cheese 🧀

— Stilton Games 🧀 $STILT (@StiltonGames)

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