Maybe you've never heard of Scott Rogowsky, but more than likely you've seen him on some talk show, read about him in the paper, heard him on a podcast, or made eyes at him while the "Quiz Daddy" hosts a lively round of HQ Trivia, a mobile quiz game that's apparently taking over America. If you're a member of the overnight celebrity's weird cult, good news: You can now own what appears to be his old mattress, which his former roommates are selling on Craigslist.
A guy claiming to be Rogowsky's former roommate listed the queen-sized mattress he purportedly snoozed on before he got famous making corny jokes about a bunch of obscure factoids, Select All reports. He's offering it up to anyone willing to shell out $600 for a bed worth about half that.
"I was Scott Rogowsky's roommate for a few years… until he pretended to move to LA," the listing reads. "Then my girlfriend moved in. She's on his bed in one of these photos. Scott was going to take it with him, got too busy hosting a game show and doing a million interviews, so we get to sell it."
It's tough to say for sure whether or not this thing did, in fact, belong to Quiz Daddy, but his former roommate offers some compelling evidence. He posted a photo of the two hanging out together, along with a picture of himself standing in the same kitchen where Rogowsky did an interview with a local TV station.
On Monday, the listing appeared to get the official OK from Rogowsky himself, who reposted it and leaned into the idea of his trash mattress being a pristine piece of cultural history.
While we already know a lot of intimate details about Rogowsky—for instance, that he has trouble dating and, in his own words, isn't "exactly blessed in the crotch department"—there's no definitive line on if he ever, you know, did the damn thing on this particular mattress. His roommate assured potential buyers that the bed doesn't have any "rips or weird marks," but we can't say the same for what looks to be his old comforter—which, as far as we know, hasn't been thrown in for a two-for-one deal.
Shout out to Craigslist for continuing to be the primary marketplace for weird shit no one in their right mind would actually want to buy.
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