Watch Your Open Back, Snuggie - Forever Lazy Adult Onesie is Making Its Move

Filed under: In The News, Funny Stuff, Fashion



Ever stare longingly at your baby's cozy little onesie and wish they made that snuggle-bug style for grown-ups?

Enter the Forever Lazy, "the one-piece, lie around, lounge around, full body lazy wear." A new twist on the infomercial fave Snuggie, Forever Lazy is a fleece wearable blanket that zips up in front and comes with a drawstring hoodie and zippered "hatches" in front and back for when, uh, nature calls.

Available in gray, navy, pink and black in adult and children's sizes (4/5 to 12), if you order now, and you'll also get matching footies and an inflatable neck pillow for just $19.95!

Forever Lazy is the brainchild of besties Tyler Galganski, 26, and Dave Hibler, 25, who sell the body blanket out of Hibler's parents' basement in Wisconsin, the Associated Press reports.

Clearly, the duo has been influenced by the Snuggie -- Forever Lazy's infomercial is a near copy of the famous ad from the brand that brought us blankets with sleeves. Wear it to the big game! Talk on the phone! Do homework! Stop wrestling with your blanket!

So far, the friends tell AP they've sold more than 10,000 Forever Lazy jammies in about 18 months. They have some catching up to do -- Snuggie, the wire service reports, has sold more than 20 million units in the last two years.

What do you think? Is it time to get lazy?
AOL Answers is no longer available
AOL Answers is closed

AOL Answers is no longer available.

As AOL continues to grow and evolve we are taking necessary actions to ensure our efforts and resources are
focused on the areas where we can create the maximum amount of value for our loyal consumer base. As a result
we have decided to sunset AOL Answers. Thank you for your participation in this site. If you have an AOL-related
question (passwords, account information, etc.), please visit our AOL Help site at help.aol.com.

FollowUs

Flickr RSS

TheTalkies

AskAdviceMama

AdviceMama Says:
Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
AOL Answers is no longer available
AOL Answers is closed

AOL Answers is no longer available.

As AOL continues to grow and evolve we are taking necessary actions to ensure our efforts and resources are
focused on the areas where we can create the maximum amount of value for our loyal consumer base. As a result
we have decided to sunset AOL Answers. Thank you for your participation in this site. If you have an AOL-related
question (passwords, account information, etc.), please visit our AOL Help site at help.aol.com.