One day little Tommy, a freshman at his high school in Ohio, was sitting in World History, with absolutely nothing to do. So, to rouse his interests, he raised his head, looked around the classroom, and saw this one little boy who had BIG headphones. The little boy looked very comfortable and sound with these headphones, and little Tommy could tell just by looking at them that they had very good sound quality, and that they could absorb little Tommy from the rest of the world while he used them. However, little Tommy had very little money, and so, he was stuck with the poor, static-sounding headphones he had at the moment. It took little Tommy until Christmas of the year 2002 to buy big, comfy headphones.
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When little Tommy had money on his hands, he walked into the little Best Buy at the corner, and looked through all the store, trying to find the big, comfy headphones. But, he could not find them! All of the big, comfy headphones that he did come across cost one-hundred dollars because they were wireless. Little Tommy was growing hopeless. But then, magically, the big, comfy headphones appeared out of nowhere, costing merely twenty dollars, and labeled with things that said that it muted sound, and absorbed little Tommy into the music. So little Tommy took the big, comfy headphones, went up to the cash register, and took twenty dollars out of his pocket. The cash register man said "Thank you" and wished little Tommy well. Little Tommy went home.
Little Tommy got in the car with his mommy, and quickly took out his pocket-knife, opening his headphones. Since his CD Player was in the car, little Tommy was able to try out his new headphones very quickly. And how well they worked! The first thing little Tommy noticed was that they were very comfortable. They had leather-wannabe padding that fit on your ears oh-so-good. This was much better compared to little Tommy's previous headphones, which irritated his ears, digging in violently and creating a static bass sound. Oh yes, the sound. It was glorious! The bass worked very well, and little Tommy felt absorbed in the headphones when he listened to them. The only really bad thing about the sound of the headphones was that they provided a quite hollow sound- while little Tommy felt one with the music (no, he wasn't on acid), he also felt very distant from it at the same time, as if he was inside of it, but five feet from the walls. Little Tommy found this very odd.
One of the best things little Tommy saw about his new headphones, in fact, THE best thing, was that whenever someone talked to them, he could say, "What? What?" like some idiot in the movies. Though it could make him look like a little moron, he loved how the headphones suctioned to the sides of his head and prevented 70% of the sound from getting into his ears. That was one of the things that made him feel one with the music.
Little Tommy didn't care about how the headphones made him look. He personally felt pretty cool putting them on and walki around the house like some big shot. He also loved all the cool things you could do with the headphones- you could be 100 feet away from them, and hear the sound exactly as you would if you were right up next to them, because they produced a very clean sound, no matter how far you were away from them. He played with them quite a bit- he'd often put the right and left earphones together, compress them, and listen to the sound coming from the sound-space that he made. Little Tommy loved his headphones. And he cherished them for the rest of his life.