#262 – Toasty

When I was a kid there was rarely anything more amazing than coming home from a hards days work sledding to the news that your pajamas were just finishing up in the clothes dryer. Going from the chilly outside air directly into warm pajamas was magical. I’m actually surprised that it’s not common to have an individual pajama heater in most bedrooms. Place your pajamas in the little box on top of your dresser and hit the warm button. 5 minutes later “ding” toasty jams.

Today’s Biff has his own theme song.

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10 thoughts on “#262 – Toasty”

  1. Maskman says:

    Brilliant idea. Quick – get to patenting it before someone steals a march on you!

  2. PLipsig says:

    If I remembered to lay out my clothes for school beforehand, on cold mornings my mom would toss them in the dryer to warm them up for me while I showered/ate breakfast.

  3. EricHVela says:

    I have a bed warmer. I set it on high, lay out my clothes on it and cover them with the blankets, go shower, shave, etc. put on nice warmed clothes, turn off bed warmer (though it turns off in 10 hours on its own). Get home, put night-clothes on bed, turn on bed warmer at low, sleep in warm comfortable environment. I don’t mess with any settings on the other side of the bed, though. (“It’s too hot.” “It’s too cold.” Never, “It’s just right.” Not my fault anymore.)

    1. ZackDark says:

      10 hours?!

      What if I’m still sleeping?!

      1. wigsternm says:

        Then you DESERVE to be cold.

  4. Library Lady says:

    grew up in Chicago – all of sounds heavenly!
    I had radiators in my bathroom in my first 2 apartments.
    Toasty towels and robes right out of the shower. Then lay the jeans and sweathers on it.
    Centeral air/heat does have a few drawbacks.

  5. kingklash says:

    Hawkeye and Trapper are trying to get Frank Burns’ battery-powered, heated socks.
    Col. Blake: What’s going on?
    Radar: They’re Hunting Socks, sir!
    Col. Blake: At this hour?!

  6. ZeoViolet says:

    If it’s jeans, watch out for hot zippers.

  7. Kitkun says:

    Works better for women. 🙂

  8. Arcan says:

    I used to do this on the light bulbs in the bathroom while showering. Unfortunately one time I showered a couple minutes too long… And burnt a hole right through my clothes… My parents were not amused.

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