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Want to decorate your VR headset? You need some googly eyes.

You thought putting googly eyes on your VR headset would be easy? It's a bit tricky if you don't know which ones to buy. Googly eyes are an excellent accessory to add to your VR headset. While you're off in your virtual world, your friends and family still get a bit of a treat watching the eyes bobble around. Unfortunately, you can't just buy any set of googly eyes for your headset.
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