The Uni-Lazy: like a Snuggie with legs, or an adult onesie

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So, everyone’s heard of the Snuggie, right? It’s the blanket with sleeves, and the only thing that’s saved it from Fashion Police arrest is the fact that the Snuggie is designed to be worn in the comfort and privacy of your own home, and we have no jurisdiction there.


Now, though, it looks like the Snuggie has grown legs and walked right out into the open, calling itself the Uni-Lazy. As you can see, it’s basically like an adult onesie. The difference between this and other such products, however, is that the makers of the Uni-Lazy suggest that, rather than just wearing it to bed or around the house, it would be the perfect garment to wear… why, just about anywhere!

Here’s our favourite photo of the Uni-Lazy in action:

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“And then they held hands and walked off into the sunset, both of them snug as bugs in their Uni-Lazys…”

Or how about this one:

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Homeboys know how to rock da Uni-Lazy!

In conclusion: The Uni-Lazy – making each and every one of us look like giant mutant toddlers!

Are you convinced yet, readers? From the images above, it seems clear that the Uni-Lazy will make your life better: are you ready to slip into your onesie and hit the town? If so, it comes in a range of colours and is $51.71 from Forever Lazy.

[Thanks to Rodney for the report!]

22 Comments

  • Reply September 8, 2009

    Anna

    I’m not tooo worried. I mean, I can’t REALLY see anyone wearing these out in public…

    (Watch them become the latest trend before my eyes.)
    .-= Anna´s last blog ..Annoying thing. =-.

    • Reply September 8, 2009

      karah

      Nah, even teenagers have limits. At least velour track suits have a shape (though I can’t stand them either), so I doubt any girl would wear something like this…
      And guys wouldn’t wear it because of the whole looking-like-a-freaking-infant thing..

    • Reply September 18, 2009

      Kristy

      Onesie’s are a hot fashion item now…it’s only natural to roll to fleece.

  • Reply September 8, 2009

    Moni

    The most disturbing detail about it is that zipper across the butt … so you don’t have to take it off when visiting the bathroom?! *shudder*

    @ Anna: I’ve seen enough teenaged Gangsta-wannabes proudly wearing baby blue velour track suits to believe that there could actually be people who would wear this.
    I just hope they live somewhere far away from me.

  • Reply September 8, 2009

    k

    haha I love those pictures of them walking around town, desperately trying to look cool and failing miserably.

  • Reply September 8, 2009

    Megan

    I can see wearing that at the lake by the campfire or in bed, but not anywhere else.

  • Reply September 8, 2009

    sofia

    teletubbies!

  • Reply September 8, 2009

    Kerry

    Whoa! Am I seeing correctly? Do those adult onesies actually have butt flap openings just like baby onesies? *shudder*

  • Reply September 9, 2009

    naomi

    Methinks the uni-lazy should become the fashion police’s new inmate uniform…put the eternally virtually naked celebutantes in them
    also…that photo with the “Homeboys know how to rock da Uni-Lazy!” made me giggle so much

  • Reply September 9, 2009

    Katie

    My favorite part about that first picture is the girl trying to look sooo cool… and failing. Miserably.

  • Reply September 9, 2009

    Diandra

    Ha ha ha, I think it’s really funny because in the first picture they look totally normal except for their clothes….and I love how the last one is probably photoshopped lol!

  • Reply September 9, 2009

    chocoholic

    Oh God tell me this is a joke?
    I wonder how long before they make one with ears on the hood?
    .-= chocoholic´s last blog ..Pig in a Blanket – Obsessed =-.

  • Reply September 9, 2009

    Serinde

    Yer-rg-lurrk! excuse me, i nearly threw up there. but those snuggie ads dont they show a woman weraing one at a baseball game?

  • Reply September 9, 2009

    MsVeve

    Hahahahhaa. Guess could totally cancle that gym membership if I was to wear one of these right. I wouldn’t even wear them at home, I mean, what’s wrong with normal pants and big sweaters?? They do just fine in the cold, srsly..
    .-= MsVeve´s last blog ..What to wear to the first day of school? =-.

  • Reply September 9, 2009

    maddy

    they all look like overgrown babies, how can an adult wear something like that? worst piece of clothing ever!
    .-= maddy´s last blog ..O noua taxa pe poluare =-.

  • Reply September 9, 2009

    Ari

    this is crazy… at my uni I have already seen people walking around wearing the snuggie and now this…what the hell are they gonna think if next!!!!!

  • Reply September 10, 2009

    lori

    I think it’s time to arrest the snuggie (aka backwards bathrobe) too. I’ve seen commercials with people wearing them outside.

    These… well, they would be great if you wanted to go as a toddler for Halloween. Otherwise, no.

  • Reply September 10, 2009

    Paula Ziggman

    i dont know what you girls are talking about. Regardless of how it looks, you have to admit the Uni-Lazy looks like a very comfortable piece of clothing. Personally, I would be entertained and applaud someone if they were to wear this out.

  • Reply September 12, 2009

    Dave

    There is a version produced in the UK called a funzee, see http://www.funzee.co.uk

  • Reply September 13, 2009

    Mrs Lippert

    I have 2 Uni-Lazys. I wore my black one to the dog park today. Quite the conversation piece, ladies. Had 2 men and 1 women ask me about it… They are really comfortable and great to throw on after work and on weekends.

  • Reply September 19, 2009

    Sherry

    HAHAHA LOVE IT!!!!!!

  • Reply January 14, 2010

    missattitude

    oh dear God…its like the old school red thermal underwear with the button up buttflap only apparantly made ‘cool’…oh my

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