17th December 2013

SUFFERING FROM THESE SYMPTOMS? YOU MIGHT HAVE SEASONAL PROCRASTINATION DISORDER.
You’ve probably thought to yourself, “No way I could have it. That’s impossible.” But believe it or not, Seasonal Procrastination Disorder affects millions around the world. As far as winter-themed behavioral disorders, its second only to OPHD (Office Party Hangover Disease) in terms of the number of victims it claims. So how can you tell if you might have Seasonal Procrastination Disorder? See if you have experienced any of these symptoms. And don’t worry – Bonobos has a cure.
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Holiday Light Lag
Did you just put up those blinking lights around your windows, or have they been up since last year? Did you tell yourself, “Oh, I’ll take them down next week,” only to never get around to it? That’s a sure sign of seasonal procrastination.
 
Plane Ticket Paralysis
You know you need to buy that ticket home, and the prices are only getting steeper. But something stops you … you cannot move your mouse cursor to the “confirm ticket” button. Yep. You’re procrastinating, all right.
 
Sweater-Based Insomnia
The wind is howling, snow is falling, it’s clearly time to get the sweaters out of storage, but you just can’t. No, they’re still packed away up in the attic, and you stay awake at night dreading the moment when you have to go up and get them. You just keep putting it off … 
 
Gift-less and Listless
That list of family and friends who need gifts is not getting any shorter. But you have no idea what to get them, and time is running out. The diagnosis is obvious, but the treatment? To celebrate the last day of free and guaranteed 12/24 delivery, Bonobos is offering up to 35% off site-wide to help with your Seasonal Procrastination Disorder – the more gifts you add to your cart, the bigger the discount.
 
If you have 2 or more of these symptoms, we suggest that you visit bonobos.com immediately and get your Seasonal Procrastination Disorder treated. Yes, there is a cure. And it’s only a few mouse-clicks away … hey, come back here! Stop procrastinating!
 
Well, we tried. SUFFERING FROM THESE SYMPTOMS? YOU MIGHT HAVE SEASONAL PROCRASTINATION DISORDER.
You’ve probably thought to yourself, “No way I could have it. That’s impossible.” But believe it or not, Seasonal Procrastination Disorder affects millions around the world. As far as winter-themed behavioral disorders, its second only to OPHD (Office Party Hangover Disease) in terms of the number of victims it claims. So how can you tell if you might have Seasonal Procrastination Disorder? See if you have experienced any of these symptoms. And don’t worry – Bonobos has a cure.
 [[MORE]]
Holiday Light Lag
Did you just put up those blinking lights around your windows, or have they been up since last year? Did you tell yourself, “Oh, I’ll take them down next week,” only to never get around to it? That’s a sure sign of seasonal procrastination.
 
Plane Ticket Paralysis
You know you need to buy that ticket home, and the prices are only getting steeper. But something stops you … you cannot move your mouse cursor to the “confirm ticket” button. Yep. You’re procrastinating, all right.
 
Sweater-Based Insomnia
The wind is howling, snow is falling, it’s clearly time to get the sweaters out of storage, but you just can’t. No, they’re still packed away up in the attic, and you stay awake at night dreading the moment when you have to go up and get them. You just keep putting it off … 
 
Gift-less and Listless
That list of family and friends who need gifts is not getting any shorter. But you have no idea what to get them, and time is running out. The diagnosis is obvious, but the treatment? To celebrate the last day of free and guaranteed 12/24 delivery, Bonobos is offering up to 35% off site-wide to help with your Seasonal Procrastination Disorder – the more gifts you add to your cart, the bigger the discount.
 
If you have 2 or more of these symptoms, we suggest that you visit bonobos.com immediately and get your Seasonal Procrastination Disorder treated. Yes, there is a cure. And it’s only a few mouse-clicks away … hey, come back here! Stop procrastinating!
 
Well, we tried.

SUFFERING FROM THESE SYMPTOMS? YOU MIGHT HAVE SEASONAL PROCRASTINATION DISORDER.

You’ve probably thought to yourself, “No way I could have it. That’s impossible.” But believe it or not, Seasonal Procrastination Disorder affects millions around the world. As far as winter-themed behavioral disorders, its second only to OPHD (Office Party Hangover Disease) in terms of the number of victims it claims. So how can you tell if you might have Seasonal Procrastination Disorder? See if you have experienced any of these symptoms. And don’t worry – Bonobos has a cure.
 
Holiday Light Lag
Did you just put up those blinking lights around your windows, or have they been up since last year? Did you tell yourself, “Oh, I’ll take them down next week,” only to never get around to it? That’s a sure sign of seasonal procrastination.
 
Plane Ticket Paralysis
You know you need to buy that ticket home, and the prices are only getting steeper. But something stops you … you cannot move your mouse cursor to the “confirm ticket” button. Yep. You’re procrastinating, all right.
 
Sweater-Based Insomnia
The wind is howling, snow is falling, it’s clearly time to get the sweaters out of storage, but you just can’t. No, they’re still packed away up in the attic, and you stay awake at night dreading the moment when you have to go up and get them. You just keep putting it off … 
 
Gift-less and Listless
That list of family and friends who need gifts is not getting any shorter. But you have no idea what to get them, and time is running out. The diagnosis is obvious, but the treatment? To celebrate the last day of free and guaranteed 12/24 delivery, Bonobos is offering up to 35% off site-wide to help with your Seasonal Procrastination Disorder – the more gifts you add to your cart, the bigger the discount.
 
If you have 2 or more of these symptoms, we suggest that you visit bonobos.com immediately and get your Seasonal Procrastination Disorder treated. Yes, there is a cure. And it’s only a few mouse-clicks away … hey, come back here! Stop procrastinating!
 
Well, we tried.
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