Check out these amazing pictures of fully grown men with fantastic complexions. It’s amazing what 5 jugs of juice can do for you in a humid climate…only in the South Stand at the HK Sevens, of course.
Are these baby masks or is it L’Oréal Age Perfect Anti Wrinkle Cream? Freaky. I saw various T-Shirts that accompanied these masks: “Glad I’m Out……I was running out of Womb.”
Ewwwwwwwww. The best fancy dress costumes of 2014? Probably
— Hong Kong Sevens (@hkrugby7s) March 30, 2014
And here’s another shot. They. Are. Creepy. As much as I hate to admit it, I think I prefer the tops off, moobs out look: those t-shirt slogans were making me feel queasy.
And here’s how they work.
You want to know what the most horrible thing is about these HK Sevens baby masks? Those visible veins.
— Philippe Lopez (@philippe_lopez) March 29, 2014
Hopefully this will go out of fashion for next year…it’s going to be a hard act to follow in 2015. The best fancy dress costume at the 2014 HK 7s? Probably. These baby masks, the NZ HK7s Haka and the Japanese Swan Try, were the 3 things that really went viral during the tournament across the social networks.
Do you want to know where you can buy one of these baby masks? We’ve had a dig around, and they are not cheap (around $400, and that’s US not HK dollars). Check out Hyperflesh, from artist Landon Meier. But you’ll need to come up with a new idea for next year, this’ll be “Old Hat” by 2015.
“Tell Your Breasts to Stop Staring at Me”. Uh oh.
@hkrugby7s thanks Hk7′s we babies had a blast!! Might come back next year?
— alan young (@Gungey) April 8, 2014