Friday, May 04, 2012

Snuggies for the super heroic set

I've never tried on a snuggie. They seem silly to me. I can just as easily wrap myself up, toga-style, in a blanket. Undoubtedly, since this is the Internet, some of you are wearing snuggles right now, and I'm open to being educated on this topic.

However, I thought this particular picture had some clear truth behind it:

Meanwhile, in Gotham City:

Awww, cute. Look at Robin lurking in the background. Seriously, how often do you see the Dark Knight kicking back and watching television. And what do you think he's watching?

Meanwhile, at the Fortress of Solitude:

And, of course, we need the WONDERTWINS:


Is it only heroes who wear Snuggies? No, not at all:

And lastly, an outfit so snug and super heroic I decided it is not for the average viewer, so consider carefully whether you want to continue after the jump to see this. it's not for the weak of heart. Take courage, viewer. Once you see this, you can't unsee it. Don't click lightly. Be cautious. Your life will be irrevocably changed. I meant it. Be wise.



  1. My experience with a wife and three daughters is this: they like the idea of snuggies, but they don't really use them. They use blankets. Snuggies are in the house to confuse you because they look like a blanket, so they get folded up with the blankets, but they have these weird tubes hanging off of them (sleeves) that you can't quite figure out what to do with when folding them. I secretly discarded all the snuggies. Over a year a ago. No one noticed.

  2. The gift of a Snuggie is a kindly hint that someone considers you old. Me, old? How can someone as immature as I am be old? If they really understood me, they'd have given me a working trebuchet. Or a Matt Mikalatos book.