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  • Kelly Wehde

    Long Distance Pillows: Scottish designer Joanna Montgomery designed a pillow for couples in long-distance relationships. Each person wears a ring sensor to sleep at night. When one person goes to bed, their lover's pillow begins to glow softly, and you can hear each other's heart beating! @Mallory Morton a little creepy twist for long distance relationships

  • Katie Surly @DecorateMyLife

    Ok I had no idea what board to pin this to bc its SO random. "Pillow talk" Scottish designer Joanna Montgomery designed a pillow for couples in long-distance relationships. Each person wears a ring sensor to sleep at night. When one person goes to bed, their lover's pillow begins to glow softly, and you can hear each other's heart beating! the video is hilarious

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Long distance pillow: lights up when the other person is sleeping on theirs, and you can hear their heartbeat. I'm not gonna lie....I love this.

Long distance pillows. They light up when the other person is sleeping and lets you hear their heartbeat. www.littleriot.co...

PERFECT ideas for a long distance relationship!

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hilarious...: ) The pillow that makes long-distance relationships less lonely A Scottish inventor devises interactive pillows that allow lovers to sleep together — even if they're separated by continents or oceans

STEPHANIE! I"M GONNA MAKE YOU ONE OF THESE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I PROMISE (but obviously it'll be cali and washington...)

Awesome deployment cards - but my hubs would just laugh & say "well you dont shave all that often when I'm home!"

I'd probably still sleep through it. They need to make one that gets cold..I deff wake up when Aaron gets up because the bed is freeeeezing then!

A company called Blandito has designed a circular, foldable pillow that can be manipulated into many shapes (bed, chair, cubbies of different kinds.) Extra larges for adults as well as children's size. I can see this being great biofeedback for sensory averse/craving children. Too bad it's still in the design phase!

Sometimes this is what you need to Hear and when you don't you have to move on