# Cream Velour coveringIn return for linking to the vendor, said vendor would award a free pillow to the commenter submitting the best self-justification for needing a new pillow. Drawing on extremely recent and actual experience, my entry, in its entirety, was:
# Designed for side and back sleepers
# 100% renewable environmentally and eco-friendly material
# Naturally grown soybeans/corn are converted into a soft fluffy ultra thin fibrous fill containing 18 amino acids beneficial to the human body
# Properties in soybean fiber activate growth of collagen protein in one’s skin, while corn properties provide high resilience
# Naturally hypo-allergenic and resistant to mildew, bacteria and dust mites
# Moisture and heat resistant with superior ventilation
# Using Azlon*/Soybean “bio-based” polyols provides important benefits to farmers and the environment
# Designed with two covers for longevity and protection against microbes / dust mites; Inner Cover is hand sewn 100% natural cotton, 300 TC and Outer Cover is hand sewn luxurious Azlon* fiber (65% soybeans/35% cotton) with a cashmere-like feel that is “naturally allergenresistant” — removable and washable for easy care
# Firm comfort level
*[This asterisk does not go anywhere - perhaps its note got so comfy it drifted off the page.]
Our daughter threw up on hers last night. How about it?To my more or less shock and surprise, I won, and just today, this turned up:
But where's the pillow, is my question. (Ba-dump. Ow! Blogging from the bedroom has its own unique challenges.)
If I could somehow convert this kind of thing into an actual career my annual base salary would be somewhere north of $7.5 million.
On the other hand, how I am going to explain the amino acid stains is beyond me.