You Didn’t Have to Make This, Vol. 4: These Low-Key Gross Hairy Leg Yoga Pants

You Didn’t Have to Make This, Vol. 4: These Low-Key Gross Hairy Leg Yoga Pants

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Gymwear is an essential part of the workout routine. The outfit you put on matters, especially when it gets you feeling yourself as you’re about to self-torture with cardio. It’s why those of us who do go to the gym carefully curate a wardrobe with the best and most flattering clothes for working out. And luckily for you, we know exactly what your morning workout is missing: hairy leg yoga pants.

These hairy leg yoga pants would definitely, uhhh, make an impression.

These hairy leg yoga pants are joining the foreskin lamp which is turned on by unsheathing its fabric, the fleshlight resembling a character from A Bug’s Life and The Testicuzzi, a personal hot tub for your testicles in Hornet’s seemingly popular “You didn’t have to make this” pantheon.

These hairy leg yoga pants are available on Amazon for $25 dollars. They’re made by the brand AUISS, which makes a lot of gymwear in various prints, including those retro ’80s arcade carpet prints, dinosaurs, animal print — you name it, AUISS probably has yoga pants or a tank top emblazoned with that print.

Unfortunately, this also includes leg hair.

If you want to keep your legs shaved but still rock the leg hair look, these hairy leg yoga pants are for you. And who says you only can wear yoga pants at the gym anyway? These will definitely make any outfit stick out … if that’s a thing you want to do. (Though, we’re not really sure why anyone would want these.)

These are… awful.

We think everyone needs yoga pants. They’re comfortable and versatile. Maybe you want to spice things up with these absolutely atrocious hairy leg yoga pants? Seriously, no one needed to make these.

What do you think of these hairy leg yoga pants? Would you wear ’em?

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