Super Mario Boo Bean Bag is Too Cute to Be Scary

Price: $139.99

Buy it here

Winter is coming, folks. And as the cold weather becomes more and more prominent, staying comfortable and warm is always a top priority. Luckily for us, ThinkGeek and GameStop have teamed up to create this fantastic Super Mario Boo Bean Bag to cuddle up and chill in during your gaming and TV sessions.

Seen above, the Super Mario Boo Bean Bag is a bag that sports the adorably scary face of one of Mario’s most iconic enemies. And the sides even come with the character’s little arms too. Here’s the bean bag’s full description:

“We’ve taken the shyest ghosts from Super Mario and made it so you can add them to your home. In this form they can’t cover their faces when you look at them (but they might freeze). Straight outta the haunted mansion, these Boo Bean Bag Chairs are bravely flying in formation to our warehouse, but one’s ready to peel off and head in your direction if you so desire (provided you aren’t looking at them). Complete with plush applique fangs, this soft and cuddly Boo is ready for a long weekend of supporting your gaming adventures.”

The Super Mario Boo Bean Bag is officially licensed by Nintendo. The bag features a 100% polyester exterior. It’s filled with a cotton and polyester fiber mix, with polystyrene balls to give it form. It’s recommended for ages 14 and up, with size measurements of 38″ wide x 28″ tall x 38″ deep. ThinkGeek says those measurements could vary though. Because, you know, it’s a bean bag.

The Super Mario Boo Bean Bag will begin shipping out to those that purchase it in late November. Their site warns that due to the item’s size, it’s only available via ground shipping in the 48 U.S. contiguous states. Sorry, Alaska and Hawaii.

Pre-Orders are available now with a base price of $139.99. Shipping and taxes are calculated upon ordering. This Super Mario Boo Bean Bag may not make it to your home in time for Halloween, but it’s awesome enough to be a year round lounging location anyway. Just don’t turn your back on it…

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Jeff Scott
Jeff Scott
Growing up a 90's kid, Jeff found his love for gaming during Nintendo's heyday. Because of that, you could (perhaps sadly) call him a "Nintendo Fanboy" to this day.

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