ESPN’s Cary Chow made a bold claim on Twitter yesterday, announcing that he has come across ‘the worst thing on the internet’ and he’s probably right.
I did it! I found the worst thing on the internet. A combination of so much awful. pic.twitter.com/XvgiFf81xq
YouTube and Instagram star QPark is back it again with the male romper, but this time he’s rocking it while trying to pick up girls on the streets of New York City.
After his last video “Walking 10 hours in NYC Wearing a Romper” went viral, QPark received several comments from guys who said they would never wear a romper, and that no girl would ever find them attractive if they did put one on.
Rompers for men have been making the rounds on the Internet, so Vine and Instagram celebrity QPark wanted to do a 10-hour social experiment in New York City to see what all the fuss was about.
Rompers are a popular item of clothing for women, but the one-piece suits have become a new style trend among men thanks to the Kickstarter campaign for RompHim, which has raised more than $360,000, surpassing its $10,000 goal.