A shocking amount of people find guys with a “dad bod” attractive.
According to the Associated Press, a study from Dating.com found that 75% of singles are fans of the “dad bod.” (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
For those of you who don’t know, a “dad bod” is the look you call a younger guy with a big belly but who isn’t actually obese.
Even more interestingly, only 15% of people in the study wanted someone who was fit, or had what we call a look resembling Barbie or Ken.
What I’m about to say might surprise some people, but we need to reject the idea of “dad bods” being acceptable.
They’re 100% not, and I’m not just saying that because I resemble a dual-threat quarterback with great edge speed and shiftiness in the open space.
Lots of people refuse to believe that I used to be fat. These days, I resemble a solid dual-threat quarterback or young Matthew McConaughey.
Since it’s important to poke fun at yourself and laugh, here are a few photos to prove that I used to be hefty. pic.twitter.com/xkyyOGevev
— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) May 11, 2020
While having a “dad bod” and letting yourself go might be fun, there’s really nothing great about it. You don’t feel great, you look like trash and you get a lower caliber of woman.
Now, I look like a guy who is ready to win the Heisman, I have more energy and everything else in life has upgraded.
Trust me, a “dad bod” if you’re under the age of 40 is for losers. Again, I used to be fat. I’m speaking from experience. Now, I look like the kind of man who puts sons in the NFL.
After much thought, I’ve come to the conclusion I can produce sons capable of winning the Heisman Trophy if I have kids with an athletic woman:
– I have 9.4% body fat (my dad has 5%)
– Big brain.
– Football IQ is off the charts
– Super genetics and DNAhttps://t.co/FwZh6jjeBJ
— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) May 26, 2020
Do yourself a favor and shed the look. You don’t have to thank me, but you will be grateful.