Posted by: Will Snider
on October 26, 2009
“Sex is fun. Blankets are a pain in the ass,” states thesnuggiesutra.com website. If you own a snuggie, this is definitely a site you should be interested in. The site is devoted to illustrating sexual positions that are both erotic and warm. The snuggie has become the solution to having sex and avoiding a chill, and TSS is here to show you how to do so. From “The Papoose” to “The Pigs in a Blanket,” all of the traditional sexual positions and more have been revisited by TSS to add an extra level of excitement to sex and snuggie use.
The site is a scrolling list formatted with a large, cleverly named titles, helpful illustrations, and a very brief descriptions. Each individual activity has its own comment archive where snuggie owners and snuggie sutra users can discuss what they like and dislike about each. Holly, a TSS customer, has claimed, “WOW!! I’m going out to buy a snuggie today. I got business that needs taken care of!” after reading about “The Night In” position.
If I were giving a review of the snuggie itself, it’d be lucky to get 3 X’s, but TSS has embraced the snuggie and learned to deal with its ridiculousness, and found a whole new use for it and fell just short of a full 5 X’s. Its only flaw is that I still feel the snuggie is basically an oversized robe and for that I couldn’t give it the full award the site deserves.
I will however recommend this site to everyone I ever come in contact with that is an owner of a snuggie and think TSS will soon become a popular theme for swingers parties and orgies. Buy stock in snuggies now, because when the pervs get a hold of this site, snuggie sales are going to soar!
Posted by: Nick Voss
on September 9, 2009
If there’s one thing I cannot get enough of, it’s stalking my favorite athlete’s every move. Thanks to Twitter, I am able to do this from the comfort of my own home. There are many different types of “Athlete Tweeters” out there. Some post excessively, some offer insight into a professional athlete’s life, and then there are some that are just simply dull. Blake Griffin is somewhere in between the 2nd and 3rd categories. Occasionally, his posts are definitely worth the 4 seconds it takes to read the 100 to 140 characters. Unfortunately, other posts are like watching an episode of Cheaters, only instead of the guy cheating, he really does go to a weekly bowling league just like he said.
I was excited to discover that Blake Griffin was an avid twitter poster. I pictured Blake’s life being somewhat like Entourage, with Baron Davis playing the role of Ari. I didn’t think that it would be possible for a 20 year old that lives in LA with millions of dollars to not be interesting. I’m not sure what I was expecting, but I felt a little let down to find out that the majority of his posts say that he is about to, is currently, or has just finished eating, exercising, or “chillin.”
Although his tweets may not be what I had expected, some are entertaining and funny enough to keep him on my following list. One post that made me laugh was “I mean we talkin bout practice… Not a game, practice…” in reference to the Rich Rodriguez and the Michigan situation. He also congratulated (brother) Taylor Griffin on receiving a contract from the Suns, and let everyone know that he got to throw out the first pitch at a Dodgers game – both quality tweets.
I was going to go with 2.5 X‘s for blakegriffin, but some “Athlete Tweeters” out there have set the bar so extremely low (I am looking at you Ochocinco and Dwight Howard), I settled with 3.