People you can’t imagine in feety jammies… part 1…

Our funny Christmas gift of feety jammies… see the post below, the one with the big warning label… got me to thinking. Hey, it happens sometimes. I just started to wonder who, as adults, would wear feety jammies. And who could still look good wearing feety jammies. Because it isn’t an easy look to get away with. Let’s face it, if you are an adult in feety jammies you are going to look a little silly.

Unless, that is, you are someone so universally respected and revered that you somehow rise above the clothing you are wearing…

a 1So I give you this picture as my Christmas gift to the world. Lincoln, Gandhi, Einstein, and Mother Teresa… in feety jammies.

Oh man… do I love Photoshop.

Please join me later for part two of this series, where I put some less popular figures in this same position and see how well they do.

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10 Responses to People you can’t imagine in feety jammies… part 1…

  1. Anonymous says:

    Wow. Mother T is really working those stripes! I honestly believe, from what I’ve read, that Albert would very well probably have enjoyed footie pjs very much. But Ghandi looks a little overdressed for him don’t you think? Too many clothes on him. Abe, on the other hand, looks like he is wearing something almost camo like. Maybe going out into the woods from whence he came to do a little hunting you suppose?

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  3. joehoover says:

    Great, that onesie suits Mrs T to a T

  4. elroyjones says:

    SPECTACULAR! I’m not the least bit surprised that they all look so fetching.

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