Snuggie Sutra: 10 Ways to Use Sleeves on a Blanket [CHART]

The Snuggie Sutra is a new book by Cracked's friend-with-benefits Lex Friedman and his co-writer Megan Morrison. Below are just a few of the reasons why you should buy this book immediately:

The Snuggie is a blanket with sleeves. But it's also a pop culture icon -- an "As-Seen-on-TV" wonder that quickly developed its own cult of awareness. Few of us were asking for a blanket with armholes, but that's because we'd forgotten how to dream.

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Of course, once we owned our Snuggies, and could cuddle up with a good book and a blanket and not need to let our arms get chilly, we realized the world had changed for the better. Because if you can suddenly reinvent keeping warm while getting cozy with a great novel, there's no reason you can't reinvent keeping warm while getting cozy with a great lover.

Order The Snuggie Sutra.

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