"SNL" Introduced "Nike Pro-Chiller Leggings" And It's So Painfully Relatable, I'm Embarrassed (But Still Laughing)

“Designed for endurance, but used mostly for sitting on the couch.”

If you’ve ever worn a pair of leggings, then you know just how friggin’ comfortable they are, yes? So comfortable, in fact, that you probably wear them even when you’re not, like, working out — which, FINE, I guess is what they’re ~really~ supposed to be for.

If you've ever worn a pair of leggings, then you know just how friggin' comfortable they are, yes? So comfortable, in fact, that you probably wear them even when you're not, like, working out — which, FINE, I guess is what they're ~really~ supposed to be for.

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Well, to poke fun at this fact, Saturday Night Live made a fake Nike Women’s ad introducing “Nike Pro-Chiller Leggings.” And, I’ll be 110% honest with you here, when I saw it, I laughed and thought, “Damn, this is so true.”

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The skit starts out just like any other typical Nike ad, reinforcing how badass women are.

The skit starts out just like any other typical Nike ad, reinforcing how badass women are.

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But then it quickly takes a funny left turn…

But then it quickly takes a funny left turn...

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…and reminds us that most of the time we wear leggings while just, um, hanging out.

...and reminds us that most of the time we wear leggings while just, um, hanging out.

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Parting thought in the words of Kate McKinnon: “Women can do anything they want and I want to do nothing.”

I mean, yeah, same.

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