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04. 18. 2007

Microwave and freeze a dog to feel better


Keep this out of sight when your children are around and everything will be fine. Because although Sammy Snoozle looks like a cuddly stuffed animal for your son or daughter to fall asleep with, the floppy-eared pooch is actually meant to be thrown into a microwave or freezer.

Filled with treated flax seeds and herbs, Sammy can be nuked for two minutes and used as an aromatherapy hot water bottle for up to three hours at a time. He can also be frozen and used as an ice pack (perfect for when your child lashes out at you after seeing a stuffed dog next to the popsicles).

Available now for $20.

Via electro^plankton.

Posted by Jenn    Category: home
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