McDonald’s Is Selling A Giant Chicken Nugget Body Pillow That Looks Insanely Real

McDonald’s Is Selling A Giant Chicken Nugget Body Pillow That Looks Insanely Real McDonald's

Collaborations between celebrities and brands are nothing new, but even I have to admit I was a bit shocked when I heard that McDonald’s was teaming up with Travis Scott. While the focus of the partnership centers on a new burger (basically just a Quarter Pounder with Cheese, bacon, and lettuce), there’s some pretty amazing merch on offer too, including a giant chicken nugget body pillow that looks freakishly real.

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  1. How does this look like an actual chicken nugget? McDonald’s chicken nuggets are legendary. Dip them in some BBQ sauce – or pro tip, try dipping them in honey – and you’re in for one of the most delicious meals/snacks ever. Their chicken nugget pillow is in the bone shape and the fabric is so detailed that it literally looks good enough to eat.
  2. This thing is huge! While actual chicken nuggets are tiny and can fit in the palm of your hand, McDonald’s went all-out for this pillow, making it a whopping 36″ long. That’s three feet! Of course, this is a body pillow so the whole point is to be able to curl up and have a cuddle with it, so that makes sense if you think about it.
  3. That being said, it’s pretty expensive and there’s a long wait. If you want a chicken nugget pillow of your own, you can order one from the McDonald’s website for $90. That being said, you’re looking at a nine to 12-week wait before it arrives, which seems like forever. That does mean that if you order today, you should receive it before Christmas though, so that’s a good thing.
  4. There are some other interesting items in the Travis Scott collection too. If the pillow isn’t your thing, you might want to pick up some slippers, a Cactus Jack menu rug, or a Cactus Jack vintage metal lunchbox. There’s literally tons of stuff to choose from, so take your pick!
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