When she’s home and gets cold, she’ll wrap herself in an afghan. Usually one decorated with kittens. Or flowers. Or unicorns. Guys? We typically don’t have afghans lying around the living room. Especially not ones with prancing unicorns.
So when she’s over at your place and complaining it’s too cold (which is constantly), the best you can do is pull the comforter off the bed, or get her your old stadium blanket. Which will keep her warm, but has nacho cheese stains and smells like stale beer. Not ideal for getting close on the couch. But better than a frilly afghan.
But this afghan from music memorabilia mega-site WolfgangsVault.com, is one you’d be proud to have draped over the couch in your manly dude den.
Faithfully recreating David Singer’s poster art from the Winterland (San Francisco) stop on the Rolling Stones 1972 North American tour, it features a pair of Tumblin’ Dice, after the song for which the concert was named. (I’m betting a pair of dice fits your decor more than a pair of kittens.)Woven of 100% top-grade heavy-duty cotton and completely machine washable, this is one of dozens of vintage rock poster art afghans sold by Wolfgang’s Vault. They also have ones featuring art from the Jimi Hendrix Experience (1968), Led Zeppelin (1969), The Doors (1969), Pink Floyd (1977), and even more recent concerts like The Red Hot Chili Peppers concert in ’91, and Metallica’s 1996 tour. Like the Stones said in their song “Winter”, Sometimes I wanna keep you warm…