Wednesday in Nashville, we may have witnessed the NHL sign of the year. Give us a minute to explain.
If you were on social media at all this week, you likely saw a mention about male rompers. No, this is not a joke. The RompHim is an invention being funded on Kickstarter that claims it’s redefining the male fashion game. The body hugging onesie will be your “new favorite summer outfit” and is “the start of a fashion revolution,” claims The RompHim inventors.
The RompHim, which is as audacious as it is ridiculous, has been wildly popular so far, raising $298,981 in five days and crushing its original goal of $10,000.
Thursday, as the Battle of the Two Ryans was continuing to sizzle, one Nashville fan, inspired by the social media craze, made a special photoshop for Ryan Kesler.
Kesler wears rompers pic.twitter.com/NOZbBdy73P
— Spittin' Chiclets (@StoolChiclets) May 19, 2017
KESLER WEARS ROMPERS, the sign read.
On Friday, Kesler responded on Twitter.
— Ryan Kesler (@Ryan_Kesler) May 19, 2017
Kesler was either being sarcastic or totally approves of The RompHim. My guess is we’ll be seeing him romp around Anaheim someday soon.
Now, before I end this post, I have one question for the inventors. Why didn’t you call it the Bromper. If you ask me, that’s a way better name.
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