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post #31 of 47
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Is that a tiny can of lite beer or is this guy like eight feet tall?

Look at the top of the door frame. The guy IS like eight feet tall.
post #32 of 47
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If you had one of those, would you have the nerve to take it to your tailor?
Nah, you just saunter into your favourite Saville Row establishment with that photo, and ask them to make you a bespoke version.

See how long you can keep a straight face.
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Oh I saw that blanket with sleeves on TV the other day. Looked fucking ridiculous when they were at a ballgame wearing them. It's like, didn't they already make this.. it's called a sweater

Perhaps Queen Victoria should have asked Lord Cardigan to change his title to Lord Snuggie.
post #33 of 47
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Why is it ridiculous? It is a logical stopping point in the complete de-evolution of clothing.

I have dibs on the CarpetShoeâ„¢. It's my concept to save on carpeting. The CarpetShoeâ„¢ has a cutout of a carpet glued upside down to the sole of a shoe. Basically, no matter where you walk, it is like walking on plush carpet.

This not only saves money on unnecessary carpet installations, but essentially makes the entire world your private carpet.

Don't steal my idea.


- B

Construction workers have been doing that to make work boots warm and comfortable since carpets were invented. I'm not sure if its been patented though...
post #34 of 47
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Actually, there are two different sleeved blanket products.

That's the sign of the impending apocalypse.
post #35 of 47
www.jumpinjammerz.com

EDIT: From the "testimonials" page:

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I ordered 3 pairs of polar fleece jammies last season, and just ordered 4 more today because I love them so much! My plan, and I'm completely serious, is to wear Jumpin Jammerz all winter long instead of regular clothes. I'm going to be warm and comfy during this Canadian winter! People may stare, but I know they're jealous because they're cold and uncomfortable!
post #36 of 47
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
I have dibs on the CarpetShoeâ„¢. It's my concept to save on carpeting. The CarpetShoeâ„¢ has a cutout of a carpet glued upside down to the sole of a shoe. Basically, no matter where you walk, it is like walking on plush carpet.

- B
Think of all the fun you could have giving static electric shocks whenever and wherever you pleased!
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This version seems made for the many SF members who post from the restroom:



- B
post #38 of 47
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Think of all the fun you could have giving static electric shocks whenever and wherever you pleased!




- B
post #39 of 47
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Think of all the fun you could have giving static electric shocks whenever and wherever you pleased!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IQ9mpFZz9c
post #40 of 47
Saw this advertised a couple of months ago - http://www.lazypatch.com.au/

The Duvet suit
post #41 of 47
Hmmm, clever, but here in Vienna we've already worn them for hundreds of years...Beethoven had a pair, now on museum display. Today, the best ones are bespoke longwings from Scheer, with carpet from a dwindling cache of pre-war vicuna hoarded in the Knize basement.

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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Why is it ridiculous? It is a logical stopping point in the complete de-evolution of clothing.

I have dibs on the CarpetShoeâ„¢. It's my concept to save on carpeting. The CarpetShoeâ„¢ has a cutout of a carpet glued upside down to the sole of a shoe. Basically, no matter where you walk, it is like walking on plush carpet.

This not only saves money on unnecessary carpet installations, but essentially makes the entire world your private carpet.

Don't steal my idea.


- B
post #42 of 47
iGentlemen, I bring you the Selk Bag... PS. I win!!
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iGentlemen,

I bring you the Selk Bag...





PS. I win!!

Does it have an ass-flap? If so you'd never have to take it off!!
post #44 of 47
Nudist camps. It's the thin end of the wedge, mark my words.
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iGentlemen,

I bring you the Selk Bag...



Is this NuRave?
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