"We need to leave."
Although the mermaid pillows don't appear as if they'd be comfortable to sleep on -- after all, anyone who has worn a sequined dress can attest to that fact -- but are cute and decorative. So instead of thinking of any comfort level the mermaid pillows can provide, think of the beauty and creativity and obvious conversation piece they'd become. If the reaction of social media is any indication of how popular these reversible mermaid pillows will become, expect to see mermaid pillows out the wazoo over the next few years.
With more than 200,000 likes and more than 445,000 shares on Facebook, Steve's video shows how captivated he was with the mermaid pillows. The original mermaid pillow video was posted on January 10 at 1:44 p.m., according to Facebook. The follow-up video of the mermaid pillows with the "M" drawn on the pillow was posted at 2:05 p.m., and the interim image of the gold and white mermaid pillow was posted in between the two videos.
"We've come across gold and white. My Italianness is coming out."
A black and silver mermaid pillow has the "Hi!!" messages scribbled on the pillow. Another two-tone mermaid sequin pillow in citrine looks gold and silver.
On Tuesday, Steve described getting so many questions about the mermaid pillows that Facebook tagged him as spam. But those millions of views prove the public fascination with mermaid pillows.
I've left so many replies and comments to answer your #MermaidPillow questions that my account is getting tagged as spam for high traffic. Lol. Feel free to message me directly or send me an email at email@example.com if I can be of help to you. #26MillionClub