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  • There's an overstuffed sofa and an extra-wide, extra-comfy chair.

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  • The extra-comfy Sacco was a child of the 1960s but its fun style still appeals.

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  • But the monitors were actually TVs connected to Xboxes, the contents on the screens were the first-person shooter Halo 2 rather than educational software, and the attendees were sitting in extra-comfy padded chairs--nothing you'd expect to see in a classroom.

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  • I like them because the covered elastic seams are extra-comfy, nice line esp. for low-rider jeans, kudos to Yeumei Shon for designing such a great looking and wearing product.

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  • As well as being secure and safe, your child will feel extra-comfy, too, with an easily adjustable head support, cushioned seat, and wide armrests; a cup holder and side storage keeps snacks and treasures close at hand.

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  • For example, they found seats with blankets on the outside decks that offered excellent views of the passing scenery - and extra-comfy chairs in the library that enabled those same views to be enjoyed in warmer accommodations.

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  • The lightweight, completely malleable flats can be rolled in half, then squeezed into a corner of your carryall until a situation calls for extra-comfy shoes.

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  • and limp carefully along, very carefully, or get me some wicked, extra-comfy suspension for a motorized scooter... or something.

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