Get your own gigantic Totoro sleeping bag thing, and freak the fuck out with this fanboy

Updated Oct 12 2015
arielmstallings
Photo via Doobybrain.com
I linked to this humungus padded $200 Totoro sleeping bag a couple weeks ago on the the Offbeat Home Facebook page, but I didn't realize that Laughing Squid had posted an amazing video of a complete Totoro fanboy named Joey Graceffa FREAKING THE FUCK OUT over getting his Totoro sleeping bed bag thing in the mail:

It's a long video, complete with the unboxing, Joey shrieking and hopping around, and then introducing his toy Totoros to the new bed. Spoiler alert: sounds like the Totoro bed is a little flat, has an off-gassing issue, and might be a little itchy… but it does zip apart for easy washing.

  1. the one in the video looks so much smaller than the one in the photo above. Is the photo of a small room and deceiving me? Or do they come in a few sizes I wonder? Would love to have a double bed sized one of those which inflated instead of coming stuffed. Awesome storable guest bed!

  2. I've been eying this bed for awhile for my daughter's Studio Ghibli bedroom we're creating. There are actually 2 versions of the bed, a single and a double. I was contemplating getting the single for her, but seeing it in the video, I think I may just go ahead and sew up one for her instead as I wanted something much more full and soft.

  3. Yea, I think they are different, but still! I would totally add polyfil to the one her got and keep it zipped up for a giant Totoro plushie! Squee!

  4. the one in the video is definitly a different brand. u have to make sure ur getting wat u paid for or at least the legit version of this bed if ur going to actually shop for it. more than likely getting it straight from japan is best

  5. The picture above is the bed, the video is a giant cushion, for those of you who aren't aware there are a few diffent sizes of the bed too.

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