Leonardo DiCaprio's “Dadbod” Is The New Hot Body Type For Men

Now, you can probably gather that this is good news for all slightly out of shape, "normal" guys & fathers that describe their body types in their e-harmony profiles as "average". The days of women fawning over the brolic, super ripped, doesn't-touch-carbs-and-only-eats-boneless-chicken-breasts-for-dinner-every-night dude is over. We are now firmly entering the era of the undefined, slightly blobby, eat-whatever-the-fuck-you-want physique. It's like we've stepped back into the very old days when being fat was super tight because it meant you were hella rich and literally eating good out here. Screen Shot 2015-04-30 at 11.49.48 AM
// Buy SEXY ABS AND BUTT E-BOOK COMBO The patron saint of the dadbod is Leonardo DiCaprio. This guy just doesn't give two f@cks about his appearance. He takes the dadbod phenomenon a step further by growing out a bushy, wiry beard that looks like it has last weeks lunch hanging off of it - all of this while he uses Victoria's Secret as his personal dating hot tub. It seems the term "dadbod" originated at a college-oriented website, so, apparently, even the younger members of the fairer sex are getting in on the dad action (dadction?) or, at least, the one chick who wrote the original joint is. "The dad bod says, 'I go to the gym occasionally, but I also drink heavily on the weekends and enjoy eating eight slices of pizza at a time,'" says the piece's writer, Mackenzie Pearson. Take this one as a mulligan from god himself, bros. There is absolutely no reason for women to come out of the woodwork and say they like the doughier versions of us, but according to this recent study they are doing it.  Don't ask any questions. Keep it moving. Actually, you know what? Don't. Stay seated. You don't want to lose that dadbod. What do you guys think of the dadbod? H/T: fourpins.com Do you follow us on Instagram? [caption id="attachment_99387" align="alignnone" width="100"]snapchat code @BodyRockTV[/caption]

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