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Relax on this Pokémon Snorlax Bean Bag Chair

by Conner Flynn
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Snore with Snorlax. Snore on Snorlax. Relax on Snorlax. Kick back on Snorlax. Okay, enough Dr, Seuss. This is an official Snorlax bean bag chair that you can lay on. Do I really need to say more?

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This is really the perfect place to relax after a long day of Pokémon hunting. He measures almost 4 feet tall and over 2 feet wide. They don’t make Pokéballs that big, so forget about catching this guy and just jump on his stomach and take a well earned nap. He doesn’t mind.

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Just remember that this Pokémon is real. Try to keep reality and augmented reality separate. I know it’s hard when things like this exist in your physical space.

You can preorder this Snorlax bean bag chair over at ThinkGeek for $149.99(USD), and you should have it this December. If it looks familiar, that’s because we saw a similar, albeit unofficial Snorlax bean bag on Etsy a few years back.

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