You Can Buy Shorts With Your Face All Over Them For Your Boyfriend
Shopping is a bit shit, isn't it?
You wander round all number of shops fondling various materials, holding them up in front of your face with a quizzical look in your eye, before placing it back on a rack and saying 'Naaaaaaah'.
Holiday shopping, on the other hand, is a bit better in the sense that you at least know that the garms you're buying will be worn by a pool while sipping on an ice cold beer.
However, if you're smart enough you'll go shopping for swimming shorts with your missus as she'll have you looking like an ASOS model in no time. Although, if she finds out about these trunks, she'll have no need to.
Yes Custom is flogging swimming shorts that you can plaster your own face on. So whether your man is off on a lads' booze up to Ibiza, on a cruise with his grandparents, on a romantic getaway to Morocco with you, or even just having a swim in the local council pool, everyone knows he's taken.
To get get these bad boys it'll set you back £23.05 plus a £4.60 shipping fee, but you can't really put a price on these, can ya?
To do so all you need to do is get yourself over to the Yes Custom site, upload a selfie and the rest is pretty easy to do.
The description on the site says: "Print your face all over a real men's swim trunk.
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"Cheer you up or show your love and support your loved one with your awesome idea."
This sort of 'fashion' has become all the rage of late, so much so that you can get your dog's face on leggings, your gran's mush on your trilby and the neighbour's budgie on your briefs.
But let's not forget the humble beginnings of the self-printed T-shirts. For years now couples have been sending their significant others on nights outs and holiday wearing clothes with their faces on, effectively putting out the message 'if you're close enough to read this, you need to back the fuck up'.
A woman went viral on social media not so long ago after forcing her boyfriend to don a t-shirt with her face on it for a night on the town, which read: "If your [sic] reading this you've been looking at my man for too long."
Holly Cockerill bought the tee for her other half, Karl Hennan, before he went for a birthday night out with the boys.
The t-shirt also featured a photo of Holly glaring, along with a warning to other women that stated: "This is how I'd be looking at you if I was here. HI I'm Holly, his GIRLFRIEND!"
Posting a picture to Twitter that showed Karl wearing the shirt - in which he can be seen rolling his eyes while Holly grins behind him - she wrote: "Don't think Karl likes his new top I got him for his birthday x wear it with pride hun x."
The post soon racked up over 12,000 likes and 1,900 retweets, prompting Holly to follow up the photo with a video of her and Karl in the bathroom, joking: "How dare he not wear it on the toilet!!!!!!!"