Their "Thanksgiving Dinner Pants" are sweatpants with a stuffing-print waistband that will expand as you do. Stove Top desires to help alleviate the problem of feeling stuffed through its limited-edition trousers. Stove Top's festive Thanksgiving trousers allow you to overindulge in turkey and pie without restraining the expansion of your stomach.
In a video that seems like a parody ad from "Saturday Night Live," the company trumpets the pants' stretchy waistband and leftover-appropriate pockets, all decorated with images of stuffing. The video depicts a family that is struggling to regain comfort after feeling "stuck and restricted" from their "delicious, home-cooked meal". "But afterwards, you feel stuck and restricted in your uncomfortable jeans, khakis or slacks".
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The makers of Stove Top stuffing don't want you to worry about getting stuffed this Thanksgiving. Or, in the case of a new Stove Top marketing gimmick, my trousers.