Now, you've probably heard of the myriad sexual positions associated with the ancient Kama Sutra, but what about those practiced in "Snuggie Sutra"?
Created by friends Lex Friedman and Megan Morrison, Snuggie Sutra is exactly what it sounds like: A series of different sexual positions that can be performed by couples all while wearing those big, blue oversized blankets.
The duo frequently share their strange Snuggie sex tips on thesnuggiesutra.com. These include "The Tablecloth," a position meant for "beginners" in which the woman lies on her back and puts her legs through a Snuggie's sleeves with the rest of the blanket covering her, and "The Matador," in which the Snuggie is used as a role-playing prop during some bizarre bullfighting fantasy.
But wait, there's more.
Friedman and Morrison just released "The Snuggie Sutra" book, boasting never-before-seen positions for lovers and, as Friedman told AOL News, every single move in there is 100 percent "doable."
"We wanted to create positions that people could actually try at home. Sure, some require better-than-average physical dexterity and a low shame threshold, but they can be done," Friedman said.
And he should know. He's actually tried most of the Snuggie Sutra moves himself in his living room.
Over a bottle of wine and sometimes a Twister mat, Friedman said he and his friends have contorted into every position while fully clothed, just to make sure they're "safe for public consumption."
After much trial and error, Friedman said they nailed each and every one, and you can too.
"There are only four prerequisites to practicing Snuggie Sutra. First, you obviously need a Snuggie. Then, minimal dignity is required. Third, you'll need access to lots of laundry detergent, and lastly, you must have a willing partner," he said.
Friedman noted that having an authentic, trademark Snuggie is absolutely essential to Snuggie Sutra. Cheap knock-offs like the Slanket simply won't do.
"That's like drinking RC Cola and using store-brand condoms," Friedman said. "Sex in a Slanket just isn't the same. Plus, it's more romantic in a Snuggie because of the product's runaway success story."
Friedman also noted that the real Snuggie's "sleeve placement" is ideal for their most popular positions. "You can pull a lot of body parts through those sleeves -- legs, arms and anything else you can imagine."
Although Friedman is bona fide Snuggie lover today, it admittedly took him awhile to get there.
He confessed that the entire Snuggie Sutra concept evolved from his making fun of Morrison for owning one of the frumpy fleece blankets.
"As a defense mechanism, Megan started miming how her Snuggie could become a handy tool for the bedroom. From there, it spiraled out of control. Now, I've gotten turned on to the Snuggie in more ways than one."
Once folks get over that initial hump of judging the Snuggie as a cheesy accessory, Friedman said they'll find pure pleasure -- and functionality -- in positions like "The Multi-Tasker," where a couple has sex under a shared Snuggie on the couch while one partner reads a book and the other uses a laptop.
There's also "The Stocking Stuffer," where the Snuggie is hung on the chimney with care, acting as a toasty makeshift tent over the lovers.
While Friedman insists that Snuggie Sutra is suitable for anyone, he hopes it becomes an especially useful tool for married couples to "spice things up" in the sack and rekindle the magic.
"If you wear a Snuggie with your partner at home, you've already sort of given up. Snuggie Sutra reintroduces the Snuggie as something hot and sexy," he explained. "Our main goal is to get people to be more intimate, so even they get caught up in the passion and toss off the blanket, we've still succeeded."
Additionally, Friedman said Snuggie Sutra is handy for self-conscious lovebirds who've put on a few pounds and "want to hide their flaws," because most positions call for certain body parts being covered.
"Also, one person is always hot and one is always cold, so the Snuggie can be easily moved around during sex to accommodate."
Although Friedman uses the classic, original blue Snuggie for his research, he said any color or pattern of Snuggie should do the trick, including the sexier "designer" ones that come in zebra or leopard print.
"If those kind help get you in the mood, go for it. Whatever works," he said.
Oh, and don't forget to stretch.