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You’ll Be Snoring on this Pokémon Snorlax Bean Bag

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I’ve never been able to keep up on all the different Pokémon. Somewhere around Pikachu and Squirtle, I lose track. Though, I’m definitely familiar with Snorlax, a big, roly-poly guy who looks like the fattest, laziest Pokémon in all of Kanto. In fact, his abilities include “Thick Fat” and “Gluttony”. I’m not kidding. Now, you can take a nap on his big Poké-belly, courtesy of the Snorlax bean bag chair.

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This full-size bean bag chair is handmade by Ashley over at A Geek Boutique. It looks like the perfect place to curl up and count ’em all (and I’m talking about sheep, not Pokémon). Thankfully, it weighs just a few pounds – way less than the 1014 pounds that an actual Snorlax weighs. If Snorlaxes actually existed, that is.

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So gather up all your Pokédollars, and head on over to Etsy to order your very own Snorlax bean bag. It’s $299(USD) – not including the beans – in order to cut down on shipping cost, but she’ll sell you the beans too if you’re okay with the extra cost. I’ve been told that the Snorlax has a taste for refried beans, so you might want to go with those.



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