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An Unanswered Letter to Snuggie

Christopher L. Jorgensen
P.O. Box 546
Ames, IA 50010

November 7, 2008

P.O. Box 3179
Wallingford, CT 06494

Dear Snuggie,

It’s more than a bit sad a Snuggie only comes in the following colors: Burgundy, Royal Blue, or Sage Green, because I think people who wear these things are gorgeous! A flattering drape that clearly says “I’m so confident in my sexuality and allure I am comfortable concealing and obscuring my every curve in a moo moo!” Much like when a straight man wears pink.

Except there’s no pink! As a straight man, highly secure in his masculinity, I don’t know how you could expect me to be taken seriously in Sage Green. People would think I was gay for sure (or at best High Wizard at Hogwarts)!

And an additional $7.95 P&H for a “free” one seems a bit high. Aren’t you just throwing them in the same box? This would seem like the smart thing to do. I bet both would fit in one USPS Priority Mail Large Flat Rate Box (even with the book lights) which can be sent for $12.95. That’s three bucks just for handling, and honestly, I’d prefer no one handle my Snuggie before I do.

Also, please consider putting up an image gallery. I’m sure I’m not the only one to think this would be sexy. You might even be able to eventually make it a pay site.

Finally, America’s answer to the Burqa!


Christopher L. Jorgensen

p.s. I think you should try to get Sarah Palin as a model. People already think she’s hot. Throw one of these babies on her and she’d be smoking!


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