Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Stop with the Snuggies

I have to admit that I wish I had the inclination and ingenuity to invent an item that would earn me millions. From atop my pile of money I'd laugh with a hearty snort as I watched the fools purchase my idiotic yet ingenious product.  The SNUGGIE is one such item. Stop. It! Stop slobbering all over them and having parties and wearing them in public.  They are enormous, fleece hospital gowns. To those of you who piss and moan about pajama bottoms being worn as outer wear yet applaud the Snuggie, you should be ashamed.

If you've purchased a Snuggie for yourself or a loved one (really, how much do you love them? What's next? Arsenic Lolli-pops?), you are to watch this video and follow their lead.  This is what happens when you succumb to the Snuggie phenomenon.



Several news channels are putting these suckers to the test. The verdict? Other than the obvious, is that they need to be washed alone or everything in your wash and subsequent washes will be covered in the fuzz.  I go to a laundromat. I swear if my clothes come out of a cycle covered in hot pink fuzz I'm going ballistic.

8 comments:

  1. Noooooooooo. Even my son wonders why someone would want an item intended to keep you warm when your back is exposed.

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  2. I giggle every time they hit their heads. BWAHAHAHAHAHA

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  4. *sigh*

    Rupe's said it once .... Rupe's said it a thousand times:

    Snuggies are nothing more than a government conspiracy project to get the unwitting public comfortable with the idea of straight jackets.

    Period.

    Just say no, people. Just say no.

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  5. NO ONE WILL EVER GET LAID WEARING A > SNUGGIE!

    Btw, if you wrapped Snookie in a Snuggie you'd have a Skankie.

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  6. Amen sister! You know how I feel about Snuggies.. and Crocs. Burn 'em all!

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  7. Hey now, just a minute! I like Crocs!

    But Snuggies to me are distinctly reminiscent of the 'energy suits' of the '80s, you know,which was basically a giant comforter with sleeves and a zipper. And the 'big slipper' that you put your two feet into.

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