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Fried Shrimp Sleeping Bag: For the Seafood Lover in You

by Shane McGlaun
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So far as I can tell, folks in Japan really like cosplay and staying warm. I have seen an endless stream of weird gadgets over the years that focus on keeping people nice and toasty wherever they are. This recent Japanese oddity is something for dressing up, and to keep you warm so it’s a double win.

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The Fried Shrimp Sleeping Bag makes you look like a giant breaded shrimp and will keep you warm wherever you are – be it at work or at home. That plush carpeting looking stuff looks nice and toasty, and it’s got a circular cutout for your face and arm holes so you can still function while wearing it. Your feet will be covered with some fluffy red socks that look like the hard fin things you left on the plate at Red Lobster.

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Normally, this would be the sort of thing you could only get in Japan, but thanks to the folks at White Rabbit Express, you can get one shipped just about anywhere in the world.

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