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This $460 Snorlax pillow will have you dreaming of Pokémon

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  • Feb 27, 2016
If you've ever found yourself thinking that Snorlax looked like a particularly comfortable Pokémon, you're in luck (and apparently someone else had the same thought.) Just in time for the 20th anniversary of Pokémon and Pokémon day, Premium Bandai has introduced a giant, officially licensed Snorlax cushion that's about twice the size of your average toddler—in other words, the perfect size for a grown-up kid at heart to stretch out on and nap. See also: Gotta catch 'em all: 1 fanboy and 3 noobs try to guess Pokémon names Enormous Sleeping Snorlax is the Cushion Pokemon Fans Dream of https://t.co/tgvSZo0orZ pic.twitter.com/vO5UWYeqwR — Comic Book Resources (@CBR) February 26, 2016 The cushion measures approximately 5 feet tall and 4 feet wide, and will retail for 52,000 Japanese yen, or about $460. Snorlax. Sleeping. Pillows. Makes sense, doesn’t it? Snorlax makes an excellent pillow. It will costs you 52,000 yen pic.twitter.com/aD5RO1SXev — azwan a. adkins (@saintnicotine) February 26, 2016 It's also only available for purchase during a limited reservation period between Feb. 26 and March 31, and isn't scheduled to ship until August 2016. Nevertheless, fans are understandably fond of the giant, cuddly Snorlax. I wanna get cuddly with Snorlax. pic.twitter.com/U3d68gsPj5 — Bradley Kragen (@BradleyKragen) February 26, 2016 I don't need your judgement. I just need this Snorlax bed. pic.twitter.com/8xqO5zXDp8 — Manny's Thoughts ® (@MannySpeaks101) February 26, 2016 If anyone wants to buy me the 5-foot Snorlax pillow for $460, that'd be great — Emma Lowe (@ejthekick) February 27, 2016 If you can't dream on a giant Snorlax cushion, might as well dream about owning one, right? [H/T Kotaku] Have something to add to this story? Share it in the comments. window._msla=window.loadScriptAsync||function(src,id){if(document.getElementById(id))return;var js=document.createElement('script');js.id=id;js.src=src;document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0].parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}; _msla("//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js","twitter_jssdk");
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