snuggie

  • Break free from the corporate Snuggie stranglehold by sewing your own

    Are we still expected, in the year 2010, to pay $20 plus $8 shipping for a Snuggie? And another $8 shipping for a second bonus Snuggie? NO! Show the fat cats at the Snuggie conglomerate that you’re onto their little ruse. Take a big piece of fabric – any fabric you want! — cut some arm holes, and sew some arms onto the arm holes. Read More

  • Snuggle Suit: It’s a robe with pants

    If you’ve been following Snuggie news as closely as I have, you’ll definitely have noticed that most, if not all, Snuggie knock-offs are far superior to the original. Take this Snuggle Suit, for instance. It’s $20 and you could wear it as an actual outfit around many parts of New Jersey without getting a second look. Read More

  • Two-person Snuggie costs $350, is made from Icelandic wool

    Winter will be here before you know it, and if you’ve been eying the probably-flammable and not-all-that-warm Snuggie, maybe you’d prefer to spend a LOT more on a two-person version made from 100% Icelandic wool. Read More

  • Wow: Carry your baby while looking utterly ridiculous with this strange device

    Congratulations, America, you’ve finally designed a product that looks dumber than both the Snuggie and Smittens, combined. It’s called the Peekaru Original Fleece Baby Carrier Cover, and it’s ridiculous. Read More

  • Video Review: Snuggie Blanket

    The Snuggie Blanket – as seen on TV!!! – is a miracle of modern technology. See, it’s a blanket except it has arm holes. You stick your arms in the aforementioned arm holes and, boom, you’re wearing a Snuggie. Easy as falling in love. Read More