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Old Apr 8th 2010, 10:32 am
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So where can I get a nice wee snuggie for the 'Winter', cheaply, on the 'High Street'?

I think they look cool lol
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Hi Jen
Whats a Snuggie??
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SRS??

You want a Snuggie??
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Hahaha, do you seriously want one?

It’s for people who get trapped in normal blankets. The snuggie is a blanket with sleves, lol.

Here is the actual TV add, lol



Gotta love the video! (Here is the parody)


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Snuggies are everywhere at the moment. We are swamped with them, so much so that we are going to become a Snuggie society and everyone will go out in their Snuggies (as these have not been banned from Tesco's like pyjamas have). They are roughly selling for about £5 on our markets, a bit more expensive in the shops, but hey, that's back in Britain, you can't have it all ways
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Someone on here offered to buy me one (buy one get one free) but I turned them down. Who was it? They might still have it available. I would have to be 90 and have Alzeimers before I would put one on.
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Default Re: Snuggie - where to buy on the 'High Street'?

sat through the advert the other day with my daughter, never laughed so much. I didn't know they were designed for outdoor use as well
So where can I get mine from them?
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Sure I've seen them in Crazy Clarkes
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You could always wear a dressing gown back to front.
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Default Re: Snuggie - where to buy on the 'High Street'?

Originally Posted by Jen1977ni View Post
So where can I get a nice wee snuggie for the 'Winter', cheaply, on the 'High Street'?

I think they look cool lol
oh dear
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Originally Posted by dave99 View Post
oh dear
Not 'look cool' as in I'd be seen outside with one on, but as in a good way to keep warm lol Cheeky sod lol
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Originally Posted by Jen1977ni View Post
Not 'look cool' as in I'd be seen outside with one on, but as in a good way to keep warm lol Cheeky sod lol
No they're not. They're seriously the most ridiculous thing created. Big gap down the back and only one size. Your street cred, even without actually having one, has fallen below anything you can ever recover from. Normal clothes, a wood burner, a decent duvet and a large bowl of beef stew and dumplings will do the same thing and be far more 'cool'.
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No they're not. They're seriously the most ridiculous thing created. Big gap down the back and only one size. Your street cred, even without actually having one, has fallen below anything you can ever recover from. Normal clothes, a wood burner, a decent duvet and a large bowl of beef stew and dumplings will do the same thing and be far more 'cool'.
I don't eat red meat lol
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I have a baby pink snuggie, got it for christmas and it is wonderful.

It is nothing like a dressing gown back to front as it is bigger and longer and you can curl up underneath it. It doesn't matter that there is a big gap down the back because it is designed for use when sitting down.

I love my snuggie.
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Originally Posted by Bermudashorts View Post
I have a baby pink snuggie, got it for christmas and it is wonderful.

It is nothing like a dressing gown back to front as it is bigger and longer and you can curl up underneath it. It doesn't matter that there is a big gap down the back because it is designed for use when sitting down.

I love my snuggie.
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