The Menz Of Happy Are Laying Awake Nights Hoping They Get This Chest-Enhancing And Moob-Fixing T-Shirt For Christmas

The Menz Of Happy Are Laying Awake Nights Hoping They Get This Chest-Enhancing And Moob-Fixing T-Shirt For Christmas
Sometimes, Christmas isn’t just about the presents, you know? It is about world peace, or coming together, or the joy of giving, or some other happy claptrap. This year, though, Christmas can be about giving men the same insecurities about their bodies that plague women all year round. What a noble goal! That’s why we’re hoping we’ll find the funkybod underneath our Christmas tree this year.

The Funkybod undershirt helps to hide the visible signs of manboobs. A great confidence booster for men. The Funkybod undershirt is designed to enhance your natural physique. Because of the way it is designed, there is a marked improvement in the look if the wearer has the typical visual manboob issues when wearing a shirt. This was not the intended market for the Funkybod muscle top. Initially, it was designed to enhance the upper body muscle groups of skinny to medium build men. After initial trials we found that some of the smaller men had manboob issues which were covered well with the Funkybod muscle top. This led us to experiment with larger men and look into the manboob issue further.

Big or small fellas, you’ve ALL got problems with your chest, but the funkybod will race to the rescue and make sure your body looks slightly less awful this Christmas season. Happy Menz need a shirt that looks like they’ve stuck two chicken cutlets under it. Make sure this delightful gift of confidence is ours this holiday season, won’t you?

[Checked out our Christmas list yet? If you don’t buy us something soon, we will cry real tears.]

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  • GunGrabbingMarxistMuslim

    This is going to save me a lot of money on chicken cutlets!

  • Buddha Stalin

    I guess as long as the lights are off when he takes it off.

  • mtn_philosoph

    Falsies for men. At last, something to go with the old “roll of quarters in the Jockeys” trick.