Will This Revolutionize Men’s Fashion?
Want further truth the internet should be shut down forever and that men ruin everything? Meet the latest fashion Kickstarter: the RompHim.
Tired of babies and women getting all the great summer fashion? Wish that those polo shirts and white linen shorts you typically sported on a night out with the bros were more convenient? Well then you’re in luck, as this week Aced Design launched its Kickstarter for the RompHim. That’s right, Aced Design wants you fashion-forward men out there to know its thinking about you when seeking funding for the male onesie.
Not impressed by just hearing about the RompHim? Check out the Kickstarter video below to see the absurdist male iteration of the fashion in action.
You better believe summer is “about to get romped!” Ugh. I just threw up in my mouth a little bit.
I mean, honestly, who hasn’t dreamed of having an extremely tiny one-piece that’s perfect for shooting pool, hitting up the carnival, working out or playing on the beach? The RompHim has so many different possibilities. It’s not that hard to believe when you realize the team who developed it believed that existing men’s fashion were “too corporate, too fratty, too ‘runway’ and too basic.” Of course the natural solution to having all those restrictive options is to streamline everything down to a pair of short shorts with a five-button polo attached. At least now when you feel the need to show your casual side but undoing a few buttons a few PBRs into your block party BBQ, you won’t have to worry about your shirt coming untucked. You know, because it’s attached to your pants.
If all this ridiculousness hasn’t turned you away just yet, perhaps the idea that it will cost you $95 to get in on just one RompHim in time for July’s biggest bashes will bring you back down to Earth. Yeah, $95. Aced Design was only seeking $10,000 to get RompHim off the ground, and met that goal quickly thanks to more than 650 backers dropping just over $68,000 in just the first few days. I only pray that I don’t have to witness one of those 650+ people at any picnics or bonfires this year. I might die from laughter, and I’m not ready to call it quits on this mortal coil just yet.
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