Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Wrestling With Blankets

There is a slight crispness to the air...which means Fall is on its way. 

Walgreens has the Halloween candy out.  Home Depot is already shilling Christmas.  I wore boots today and didn't feel stupid. And mornings are almost uncomfortably cold at The Boy's house.

Which is why I'm really glad I found my new favorite thing:  The Forever Lazy.

I mean seriously, do you not just feel absolutely ridiculous in your Snuggie now?

What I can't wrap my head around is why they offer this little beauty in anything other than hot pink?  I mean, if I'm going to wear footie pajamas to a tailgate party, I'm goin' big.  I have no need for understatement when I'm proudly sporting a garment with a trap door.

When I shared my Forever Laziness obsession with The Boy, he turned me onto something even better.  Apparently, Coloradans scoff at Forever Lazy in the face of the Selk Bag.  And quite honestly, with a name like "Selk Bag," who can blame them? Who doesn't want something called a Selk Bag?  Jesus, have these people ever heard of Marketing?

Imagine how much you'll enjoy putting on your winter weight in this little number!

While researching this blog (what, you think this stuff writes itself?), I actually learned that the Selk Bag is old news-- it's been replaced by the Musuc Bag.  I. Am. Not. Kidding.  The Musuc Bag is offered to you by the fine folks at Lippi Selk Bag.  And guess what?  It's not just a wearable sleeping bag, people-- it's a complete sleepwear system.

Why lay in it-- when you can LIVE in it?? (Actual slogan. This is not a drill.)

Good GOD, I've wasted my life.  Or at the very least, my Marketing Geniusness.

And right now, I'm going to waste my $19.95 as well.
I got your sleepwear system right here!
Sorry, couldn't resist.

1 comment:

  1. Giggle if you will - I'm getting a Lippi Selk for ski trips this year. That is several kinds of practical for sleeping in your car waiting for the lifts to open, and/or sleeping overnight when you get stuck in traffic on the way back.