They cost $20 and Stove Top is donating $10,000 proceeds to feeding America.
In a video that seems like a parody ad from "Saturday Night Live," the company trumpets the pants' stretchy waistband and leftover-appropriate pockets, all decorated with images of stuffing. The family's frustration appeared to be diminished by the stretchy trousers.
Stove Top, a popular stuffing brand by Kraft, is selling "Thanksgiving Dinner Pants" to make Thanksgiving dinner a more comfortable experience.
Uber Hit With Another Sexual Assault Lawsuit
The plaintiffs say the screening inconsistencies highlight the "faulty and defective quality" of Uber's driver screening. Among them, 1,599 had histories of violent crime and 51 were registered sex offenders, the lawsuit says.
Nadal's ATP pullout leaves Federer as last man standing
Federer looked in control when he broke in the opening game of the second set, having claimed the first via a tiebreak. Novak Djokovic , Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka are all long-term absentees from the Tour this season.
Strong Quake Jolts Western Iran
Meantime, five groups of injured people were transferred to the Iranian capital, Tehran, on Monday to receive further treatments. The report Tuesday afternoon by the IRNA news agency said the number of injured in the temblor now stood at 7,460.
The old £10 note will go out of circulation in March 2018
This means shops will no longer be able to accept the old notes after 1 March, but it doesn't mean they are worthless. Old pound coins can no longer be spent, but can be donated to charity or deposited into customer bank accounts.