The Better Marriage Blanket

So tell me, married people. Is this worth $150?

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13 thoughts on “The Better Marriage Blanket

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  1. Eww. How ’bout just marrying someone considerate enough not to pass gas in bed? (They do exist. Men who tell you otherwise are the ones who do it, so stay away from them.)

  2. YESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESYESIf my wife even hints that we need this b/c of me, all I have to say is…”Hello kettle? I’m the pot, and your black”It’s so bad, the dog doesn’t even sleep in our bed.

  3. HECK NO!Everyone needs to experience being hotboxed under the covers. It’s the true test for marriage. If you can wake up in the morning, remove the covers, and be blasted by one that’s been marinating all night—one that gave you a tan while you were sleeping—and still love your spouse, then that’s true love.I submit that Carolyn still loves Skip nonethelesss (and vice versa) and I think the “conflict” has made the two of them stronger.Plus, this would totally nullify the possibility for flatitory rape, which would render a perfectly hilarious term useless.

  4. I think it depends on who you marry. You either need to marry someone who doesn’t stink up the bed or don’t care if your spouse stinks up the bed. Any other match and this might acutally be worth the money. PS I think the Jason pics on my site are real (not photoshopped). Who knows though these days!

  5. I agree with Jen…”It depends on who you marry.” All people have gas at some point; it all depends on how your body handles different foods. Fortunately Emily and I are comfortable letting gas go in bed as long as we are pointed the other direction. I would not waste any amount of money on a “Special blanket.”

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