Now Men Can Wear Rompers With Pizza And Paper Cup Patterns

Because wearing a male romper isn?t statement enough, one company is now making them with patterns.

Ninety-five different patterns, to be exact.

Getonfleek, an online clothing site, designs male rompers for $80-$100 that let men express ? very loudly ? who they truly are. You know, on the inside.

For instance, if you?re a bold guy who?s totally comfortable with his body and also likes pizza, or pineapples, or even cats who like to ride on burritos, Getonfleek has a romper for you.

Or, say, you?re a fashion-forward dude who has always dreamt of resembling the opening credits of ?Saved By The Bell,? Getonfleek has a few jazzy numbers for you as well: 

Do you think you?re a tall glass of water that needs to be sipped from a paper cup from the ?90s? Guess what! There?s a romper for you too!

Getonfleek really has every kind of man covered ? like laid back guys:

Or bros who like to party:

No subject is too niche, the company even has a romper for dudes who are like, really into Kim Jong Un:

So, if you?re a guy who wants to express who he is on the inside on the outside, check out all of Getonfleek?s rompers.

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One Brave Man Tests The Romper Look On The Streets Of New York

It seems that men wearing rompers is the fashion surprise of the season, but how does the public feel about it? YouTuber QPark took his confidence for a stroll through New York City to find out.

Unsurprisingly, New Yorkers were happy to share their feelings. And be warned, people do not watch their language when reacting to a man in a romper.

Responses ranged from ?You?re wearing a motherf***ing romper!? and ?That?s really cool!? to something a little less supportive:

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These ‘Hipster Babies’ Are So Cute It Hurts

Cute baby alert!

Stylist Kari Nyack teamed up with Tommee Tippee U.K. for a ?hipster baby photo shoot.? For the shoot, four adorable babies named Lyla, Ezra, Theodore, and Jahmali sported some artsy looks and posed around London?s hip Shoreditch neighborhood.

The initiative is part of the baby product company?s #WeanTogether campaign, which shares easy weaning recipes with ?foodie? titles like ?Deconstructed Autumn Fruit Crumble? (aka pear and blueberries) and ?Nightvision Coulis? (aka carrots).

According to a press release, ?The campaign aims to show parents that you don?t have to be a hip master chef in order to create healthy meals for your baby, and empower them to make their own weaning recipes from scratch.?

The company also invites parents to share their favorite weaning foods on social media and the campaign website. While the ?hipster babies? haven?t shared their reviews of the recipes, we have to imagine they?re fans. 

Keep scrolling for more hipster baby cuteness.

H/T Mashable

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John Oliver Blasts ‘F**king Egomaniac’ Trump For Bailing On Paris Agreement

John Oliver railed against President Donald Trump for delivering a ?flamboyantly deceptive? speech during his announcement about the U.S. withdrawing from the Paris Agreement to combat climate change.

Oliver fact-checked Trump?s remarks, first tackling the moment the president claimed the world celebrated the signing of the accord because it put the U.S. at an ?economic disadvantage.?

?What are you talking about?? Oliver said. ?They were happy because they secured a landmark victory for the future of the planet, you fucking egomaniac.?

The ?Last Week Tonight? host continued to call out Trump?s ?ludicrous misunderstanding? of the climate change agreement and his reckless decision to bail from the accord, but insisted that there was one silver lining.

Check out Oliver?s take in the video above.

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