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I'm trying to figure out if these would be good for the kids to take with them to sleep away camp. They usually have to take their own sheets for the bunkbeds. But is the "satin-like" fabric too femme for my little boys? I don't want them to go away and get teased.
*I* have FIVE Quality Posts! no, seriously...how did that happen?!
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Now this is something I would have expected to see on April Fool's Day...
What Contemptible Scoundrel stole the cork from my lunch??
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omaster wrote:This thing just strikes me as creepy for some reason
Would have been worse if they used the original name idea: "Body Bags."
acpress.com Not cute, but useful.
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So really, in summary,
1. Easy to carry.
2. More portable than a sleeping bag.
3. Holds the pillow in place.
4. Easily washed.
5. Can use basically anywhere.
6. Very low price.
1. Too thin.
2. Cheap polyester weaving means early pilling.
3. Skin-feel is somewhat hit and miss.
4. Offers little to no insulation?
I'd ideally use this, as other suggested, in hotels like Motel 6; Occasionally on a hammock; lounge chair.
By the way, you can get this for cheaper on Amazon for $7.99 with Amazon Prime shipping, compared to $4.99+$5 shipping = $9.99.
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