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With all the stress associated with work, school, and just being alive and conscious in 2019, it's easy to let your home get a bit stale and utilitarian. Your kitchen might slowly be morphing into a food library, your bathroom into a room with a hose and a couple of different drains, and your bedroom into a pile of dirty laundry at the bottom of a closet.
Those first two things we'll get to at a later date, but you're going to spend a third of your life in your bed, so it's worth it to get your sleeping situation sorted out right now. That's why the Cracked Store found you some sweet deals on sleep swag, organized below in a safe and comfortable list.
The best way to enjoy a bed is to sink into a massive pile of soft, fluffy sheets. And that's the kind of euphoric sleep experience this Chevron Comforter set can offer you. It's like being a baby kangaroo, safely wrapped in that weird pouch that baby kangaroos get to live in.
This set includes one comforter, two decorative pillows, a bed skirt, and two shams, all made of silky soft brushed microfiber. This bed will wrestle your body into a restful sleep and then drop-kick your brain straight to dreamland. But, like, in a pleasant way.
Normally $119.99, you can get the whole set right now for just $40, which is 66 percent off. Plus you can get an additional 15 percent discount if you remember to use the code MADNESS15 at checkout.
Are you ready for sheets so comfortable that they make sleeping in a cloud look like wrapping yourself in a big wet fart? These 1,000-thread-count Egyptian cotton, hypo-allergenic, wrinkle-resistant sleep sheets are so damn comfy that you'll never want to leave your bed. And you shouldn't. It's a scary world out there. So stay inside and rest easy in a breathable material that provides cool and comfortable sleep, and has a vibrant color that will last multiple washings. Normally $119.00, you can get the whole Bamboo Comfort Six-Piece Luxury Set in the Cracked Store for just $38.99.
Imagine a hypoallergenic pillow with multi-layer memory foam, a bamboo cover case that will stay fluffy all night, and a sturdy form that will even improve your posture. Concentrate on that imaginary pillow really hard.
Now go take a nap, and dream about that pillow.
Bam: We give you the pillow of your dreams. Comfort in a Bag Bamboo Pillows are available in the Cracked Store for just $49.99 for a two-pack (that's 75 percent off the normal $199.99 price, and that's before you get the extra 15 percent off with the code MADNESS15 at checkout).
If a pillow is the boat that sails you to the land of sleepy-times, this here's a motherflippin' rocket ship taking you to an undiscovered planet of REM, dreams, and rest. This is some no-holds-barred sleep technology stuffed into a very comfortable rectangle. We're talking minimal contour foam cores, a 5-inch thickness profile, and knitted and stitched fabric.
Normally $109.85, the Urban Bloom Domus Pillow is available in the Cracked Store right now for just $85, or 22 percent off. And don't forget to use the MADNESS15 code at checkout for an additional 15 percent savings.
We know what you're thinking. "Cracked! You've shown me all these sheets, but where do I put them? On my couch? On my floor? Do sheets belong in space?" Don't worry, we gotchu. Here's the Yaasa ONE Mattress, with cooling infinity foam, comforting transition layers, and a supportive pocket coil system to deliver the kind of support befitting a frickin' god. And just in case you didn't figure it out yet, you can put your sheets all up on this bad boy.
Normally $899, you can get the Yaasa ONE Mattress in the Cracked Store right now for just $549 for a Queen (other sizes are also available). And don't forget that MADNESS15 code! For big purchases like this, 15 percent makes a huge difference.
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