Comfy Dinners

Yes, you heard me right.  Comfy dinners - the very latest development in food technology from Funmeals PLC.

Imagine it's Sunday afternoon.  You've spent a few hours in your local hostelry, necking your weekly allotment of calories in lager, and it's time to totter home to join the family for lunch.   And you know you're ready for it, you're starving, but you're a little bit on the sleepy side too.

What's worse, the wife's family are coming around, and the last thing you want to do is fall face first into your meat and two veg and deluge the mother-in-law with a gravy tsunami.

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Hell, it's just like the wedding reception all over again - and you know what a nightmare that was.  Great Uncle Bill still hasn't forgiven you.

But wait.  Now all that can be a thing of the past, thanks to Funmeals' new Comfy range - the world's first dinner you can sleep in.

Thanks to Funmeals' patent 'anti-spill' technology, you can be confident that when your face scores a direct hit on the roast potatoes, your vegetables will stay exactly where you want them, and you won't spend the next fortnight retrieving peas from beneath the sideboard.

In the event of a particularly hefty collision our Yorkshire Pudding airbag - which has recently seen service with the Royal Airforce - will automatically inflate to cushion your fall.   And our sturdily sprung broccoli provides support where you most need it, providing for a comfortable afternoon snooze and improving posture.

So treat yourself to a Comfy Dinner this Sunday.
Available now from most good furniture retailers.

Comfy Dinners

Also available: the packed lunch travel cushion, for those long, arduous car journeys.  Or why not try our award winning doner kebab sleeping bag?  Available with or without chilli sauce.

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