Stove Top Stuffing Just Created the Ultimate Thanksgiving Dinner Pants

published Nov 15, 2017
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With Thanksgiving only a week away, you should already be prepping for the year’s biggest meal. Yes, that means picking up your broiler bird and making some side dishes ahead, but it’s also a prime time to start formulating your dinner-eating game plan. Will you opt for extra mashed potatoes and skip out on green bean casserole? Or take half servings of everything to pace yourself for the next round? Well, thanks to a ridiculous new pair of pants from Stove Top stuffing, you may finally be able to put away more plates of turkey than ever before.

In a mock infomercial, a faceless narrator laments the pitfalls of traditional jeans and khakis on Turkey Day. “You’re trapped!” he stresses. But then Stove Top magically reveals its solution: super-stretchy Thanksgiving dinner pants, which are essentially extra-high-waisted yoga pants emblazoned with a stuffing pattern up top and Stove Top logo on the hip. According to the kitschy spot and its “dramatized claims,” these cozy burgundy pants stretch to twice their size. There are even “XXL” pockets lined with the stuffing style.

On first watch, the video seems too tongue-in-cheek to be real. After all, Stove Top claims they are “high fashion dinner pants designed in the USA” and were “based on the same technology used in astronauts underpants.” Did Saturday Night Live sketches come up with this? It seems so much like it that we were half expecting Kate McKinnon to make a cameo.

The most hilarious part is that these pants were actually for sale for $20 on the brand’s custom website Unfortunately, but understandably, they have all sold out. But seriously, can you honestly imagine your entire family showing up in these? We’ll support it, especially when the company is donating $10,000 of the proceeds to Feeding America.

Would you wear these? Let us know in the comments!