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OFA Pajama Boy Enjoys Super Stardom in UK Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Sun, Apr 13, 2014, 10:42 PM

Ethan Krupp, a Left-wing activist for Organizing for Action, had earned nationwide notoriety in the United States last year for getting featured in an ObamaCare ad wearing effeminate pajamas, called 'onesies.' The mockery grew so heated that Mr. Krupp went into hiding. Nevertheless, the Brits consider him their favorite pop star icon.

According to the Daily Telegraph of London, "A theme park claims it has set a new world record for the largest gathering of people dressed in onesies. Drayton Manor Theme Park is confident it has beaten the previous record, which was set in Hampshire, after 3,152 people gathered at its central triangle at 10.15am today wearing the one-piece jumpsuits."

OFA Pajama Boy is so popular in the United Kingdom that the Brits are launching 'Organizing for Pajama Boy' parties, where participants, gather in the thousands, and are expected to wear onesies, drink hot chocolate and talk about living with their parents.

As reported by the Telegraph, "The attempt will be authenticated by Guinness World Records before being made official but it almost triples the previous record of 1,184 set by Ringwood School, a spokeswoman for the park said."

Collin Bryan, managing director of the UK OFA Pajama Boy fan club, describes his love for Mr. Krupp by saying that, "the atmosphere today has been electric."

To read the entire article from the Daily Telegraph of London, link here: To learn more about OFA Pajama Boy, link here: 

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