PAJAMA DAY EVERY DAY

The word Kigurumi comes from a combination of two Japanese words: kiru (“to wear”) and nuigurumi (“stuffed toy”). Looking at the pictures here, it’s clear that donning a kigurumi instantly transforms you into an adorable animal. Traditionally, kigurumi referred to the performers wearing the costume, but the word has since grown to include the costumes themselves. In Japan, kigurumi costumes are worn as a way to break the conventions of traditional dress or just as comfy pajamas.

We’ve been wearing these around the ThinkGeek office for our officially-sanctioned Pajama Day (Monday, in case you’re wondering), and we love them. It’s all the comfort of those sleeved blankets that were so popular a few years back but with added mobility and cuteness. Made of soft and snuggly fleece, these kigurumi are perfect for a day at the office, a lazy Sunday at home, or some super simple cosplay.

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Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild Sword Lounge Pants

It will do you no good to lounge around here while Calamity Ganon is out there, corrupting and taking control of everything. Well, maybe a little rest and relaxation is in order before you go marching out to take on that creature of pure Malice. So, how long do you think it’ll be before you’re ready? Like, 20 minutes, or… oh. 100 years?

Game of Thrones Table Runners, Set of 3

Picture this: You’ve invited the family over for a big holiday feast. Cousins, kids – the whole crew is coming. And they’re not going to all fit at your dining room table, so you decide to haul in a few extra tables. But here’s the catch: you don’t have decorations for three tables.

DC Batman Ombre Leggings

Commissioner Gordon summoned Batman by shining the Bat Signal up into the night sky. That’s how he and Robin knew it was time to flip open Shakespeare and head to the Bat Cave.