It’s difficult for me to relate to this article but by golly I’m going to try.
This might alienate some of our American audience (hey, dudes!) but when I used to play football – sorry, soccer – as a kid, the coaches would hand out these disgustingly smelly bibs to put on.
They’re like a light mesh material and you’re supposed to slip them on over your head. Could I find that head hole? Could I balls.
If you have no idea what I’m talking about, check out famous football – soccer – player Mario Balotelli having the same issue.
Anyway, a similarly distressing video has gone viral which sees a very intoxicated man trying to put on what he thinks is a sweatshirt, only it’s actually a pair of tracksuit bottoms.
His state of bewilderment and confusion is something to marvel at:
If you haven't seen this video I would recommend watching weekly pic.twitter.com/Z1IJvkr6j1
— Claudia (@Claudia_Jones) February 7, 2019
It’s so painful to watch. Also I have no idea what language they are speaking (Polish?) but essentially what they’re saying is: ‘Dave you f*cking eejit, we told you not to have that eighth can and now look at the state of you. You’re literally putting your pants on your head.’
Or something like that.
As I say, the video has gone viral on Twitter, racking up over 8.65m views. It’s safe to say people are enjoying it:
This video is gonna bring world peace https://t.co/3DYBblF9Ia
— Jean Creamery (@kylekinane) 9 February 2019
Lmao🤣 how drunk does a person have to be… haha https://t.co/mWbRqwwv48
— 🌹 FERRARI SHEPPARD (@stopbeingfamous) 9 February 2019
My stomach actually hurts from laughing so hard at this… pic.twitter.com/Cety7KTmFB
— Susannah Fielding (@Misssusannahf) 9 February 2019
So…which one of the rest of them has a draughty crutch because he put this chap’s top on?
— Sue Robinson (@suerob50) 9 February 2019
Is this performance art? https://t.co/tElcebaU0T
— Bob The Drag Queen (@thatonequeen) 9 February 2019
Legend has it that Dave is still trying to get those pants on his head.
Makes you do some crrrraaaazy things.
Images via Twitter/YouTube