Snazzy Napper Gives Everyone the Chance to Wear a Comfortable and Relaxing Burqa

Just as the Snuggie Macarena commercial represents the end of the Snuggie era, the Snazzy Napper ( represents the end of the line for all those Snuggie knock-off products.

What the Snuggie sleeves did for your arms, the Snazzy Napper oval opening does for your nose:

The creators of the Snazzy Napper greatly overestimated the influence that US military involvement in Afghanistan would have on American fashion. “Snazzy Napper” won out over the original product name, “American Burqa.”

The influence of Middle Eastern fashion on the Snazzy Napper is obvious:



But inspiration also came from classic styles from Europe:
Executioner's Hood

and America
Klan Hood

The best part of the commercial comes when the woman puts on the Snazzy Napper while waiting at the airport and receives not so much as a glance from the two men seated on either side of her. I guess the cute sheep and moon designs will effectively dissuade people from concluding you are a suicide bomber!

A comfortable and well-rested thanks to reader Al Frank for letting us know about the Snazzy Napper!


  • 6 Responses to “Snazzy Napper Gives Everyone the Chance to Wear a Comfortable and Relaxing Burqa”

  • This is so similar to the ostrich with it’s head in a hole, or somebody playing “peek-a-boo” with a baby… We are fooling ourselves into invisibility.

    Watch out Japan!

    Comment by Al Frank on August 23, 2010 at 2:25 pm

  • I almost sent you this when I saw it, but I correctly guessed you’d already know about it!

    Comment by Angela on August 23, 2010 at 3:33 pm

  • You have to wonder about sanity of the people who came up with this.

    Comment by Lee-Lee o3o on August 26, 2010 at 9:36 am

  • This thing is just stupid on so many levels. I find it weird that anyone thinks throwing a blanket-like mask over your face is really going to make sleeping in a car or in a public place comfortable.

    Comment by Andrea on September 2, 2010 at 2:04 am

  • LOL! Actually in Iran you only have to cover your hair. Most girls don’t dress like that unless they are going to the Mosque.

    Comment by Leila on October 31, 2010 at 12:36 am

  • Our creation was for those who didn’t want the blankets on the plane or to have to use their jackets to cover their heads with anyway, as we had to do on a long flight to London. It is not intended to use to sit in the park with, as passers go by. We created it to use on the plane, in the car, bus or train when you want to rest comfortably while you traveled or when you had to have medical services or work on 3rd shift; gives you peace while you sleep. Enjoy!

    Comment by Snazzy on December 29, 2010 at 11:33 am