First, there was “dadbod”, now’s there’s “Dadbag”.

 

According to Urban Dictionary, dadbod can be summed up as “A guy who has kids and guns that can crush beer cans but also with a belly that says ‘I drank those cans and ate six slices of pizza too’ ”.

 

Sculpted muscular bods are out and desirable dadbod is in! Mattel even released a Ken doll with a dadbod this year.

 

For those who want to rock a dadbod but don’t want to put on weight, London designer Albert Pukies has the answer.

 

He’s invented “Dadbag”, a bumbag in the design of a hairy stomach. Albert explained his reasoning for the strange design in a post for Bored Panda.

 

 

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“I made the Dadbag because I'm desperate to have a dad bod but I'm also very concerned about the health risks associated with it", he said.

 

"The solution is quite simple, a bum bag with a proper dad belly printed on it.

 

"Now I can put on a dad bod whenever I feel like it and even store my valuables in it".

 

The “Dadbag” comes in six different designs, so those who wish to can sport a different dadbod every day of the week from the sunburnt “Wolfgang” style to the hairy “Sherman” style.

 

A handy way for blokes to stash everything from their headphones to their wallet, while rocking the desirable dadbod look!

 

However, if you’re thinking of buying one for the dad in your life, you might need to wait a little longer.

 

 

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The Dadbag hasn’t gone into production yet because Albert is still on the hunt for production partners but hopes to go into mass production soon.

 

While we’re all for dads proudly rocking their dadbods, we really don’t know what to make of this. The only bumbag we’re really interested in is a Gucci one!

 

What do you think of Dadbag mums? Let us know your thoughts.

 

 

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