It’s that time of year again, folks! Warm weather is upon us and shorts capable of transporting cargo are back in full effect. Here are ten tweets about cargo shorts we think you’ll enjoy!
It’s important to start young.
The first time I wore cargo shorts was in elementary school, and I overfilled the pockets to show them off.
— Mike Ginn (@shutupmikeginn) March 4, 2018
There’s no ‘I’ in cargo shorts.
when 2 people wearing cargo shorts hug they temporarily create the most robust storage facility in the world
— chuuch (@ch000ch) September 28, 2017
It’s in The Bible.
God is the original dad forget the white robe he is 100% wearing cargo shorts and Crocs please update all visual depictions accordingly
— Jeff Wysaski (@pleatedjeans) September 9, 2017
Cargo shorts: not just for keys and lighters.
Please. Do not push me into the pool. The pockets of my cargo shorts are filled with packets of Kraft Mac & Cheese powder.
— tragic ally (@TragicAllyHere) June 3, 2017
The best cargo: more cargo shorts.
It’ll be fall soon. I guess I better go into the attic and dig out all the khaki pant legs to zip back onto my convertible cargo shorts.
— Ray (@SirEviscerate) August 30, 2016
The gift, the curse.
“Don’t worry, I’ll hold your stuff. You just worry about making friends.” – Cargo Shorts
— Artie Johann (@DearAnyone) December 9, 2010
Some will throw stones, but you have the pockets to hold those stone.
Dear teens who make fun of my cargo shorts: don’t come crying to me when you need a place to store your cargo.
— Brandon (@UNDEADTRESOR) July 24, 2016
AND vape pen chargers.
The main cargo transported in cargo shorts is vape pens
— Daniel Kibblesmith ☃ (@kibblesmith) July 15, 2016
Like watching that first autumn leaf fall.
Went to Home Depot today and saw at least 30 dads wearing cargo shorts. The first sign that spring has sprung!
— Abe Yospe (@Cheeseboy22) April 1, 2018
Cargo shorts are Batman utility belts for dads.
I cannot hate on cargo shorts. My husband is a walking diaper bag in those things. I’m getting him the matching vest to hold water bottles.
— Mary (@AnniemuMary) June 18, 2017