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5 October 2016, 13:53
But don't they know that it's Winter and we need their hoodies to stay warm?
Shoutout to all the boyfriends’ hoodies that we’ve stolen over the years.
Just so you’re aware, they’re really comfy so thanks for that.
But it appears that the guys have had enough.
WAIT. You mean, you DON’T like us stealing your clothes?! Wow. Okay then…
Yep, boyfriends worldwide are plotting their revenge, and girls, they mean business.
Last week, a student from Texas put out a tweet asking all of his male pals to follow suit and encourage girlfriends to give them their clothes back by wearing their girlfriends’ clothes in retaliation.
Godswil Muofhe wrote, “Ladies, we’ve had enough. You can’t just take our hoodies this year without giving them back. This year we are fighting back. #TakeHerHoodie”.
We presume that Muofhe may have intended this as a joke but regardless, it has gained serious traction worldwide and turned into THE best trend of 2016.
Yep, we went there.
Reaction from the girlfriend camp has been mixed.
touch my hoodie, I dARE you #takeherhoodie— lauren is lame (@eplaurenh) October 5, 2016
#takeherhoodie is probably one of the best trends that happened in 2k16— spooky rat (@daddyMishere) October 5, 2016
I wear my hoodie 2 sizes bigger so good luck :/ #takeherhoodie— despooky (@apollcn) October 4, 2016
I don't wear hoodies so I know I'm safe #takeherhoodie— spoopy kandy (@radgalbadgal) October 4, 2016
And you know some of these guys are taking their little sisters hoodies trying to feel part of #takeherhoodie— Shitgeminissay (@twogirlsonecow) October 4, 2016
#takeherhoodie if only i had a boyfriend to take my hoodie hmm interesting— happy duck (@tuckmeinmendes) October 4, 2016
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