Every guy can relate to having their favorite hoodie held hostage by an old flame. Rather it’s being kept as a trophy, for nostalgia or as plot to create the world's largest hoodie to help protect the world's women during a snowstorm, you or someone you know has been affected by hoodie theft.
“I was dating this girl and she would always take my hoodies to wear home at night. We were seeing each other almost every day so I wasn't worried about any of them going missing. She went home with my grey Blvckscale Blvck flag hoodie and the next few days started to get weird. We both mutually stopped talking to each other as much. I remember asking her for my hoodie after about a week of not talking and she just replied back with LOL.”
Dante, 24 Chicago
“The hoodie I miss the most is just a simple black Nike one. It was warm af and just my go to hoodie for running errands. I let one of my friends from work borrow it one night when we were all out for drinks and it started getting a little cold. We worked together and she would tell me about twice a week that she just needed to wash it and she would bring it in for work. I showed up to work one day and she transferred to another office. I still think about that hoodie to this day.”
Luis, 33 Vegas
“My girlfriend of 3 years was the last one seen wearing my Supreme red logo hoodie. We are still dating and she claims that she gave it back to me. She did not! We argue about this all the time. It will probably be the thing that breaks us up.”
Victor, 19 Los Angeles
“My Favorite hoodie was actually stolen by my younger sister. I was looking for it for weeks and one day I saw she posted a picture on Instagram wearing it. I sent her a DM yelling about how I had been looking for it for weeks and she said that she took it with her to college so she could have something to remember me. I immediately apologized but still asked her if we could trade. My Bape sweater for an adidas one possibly.”
- Eric, 24 Oakland
“There was this company called Comune, i'm not sure if it even exists anymore, but I had a heather grey hoodie from them that I really loved. What's funny is that I never knew what happened to it. I was always moving around and in the streets so i could've left it anywhere. A few years later I was meeting up with an old friend and she had on my Comune hoodie. All I could say was wow. She said that she took it from my house a long time ago and it's her favorite thing to wear on lazy days.”
Jamie, 31 New York
It’s that time of year again, hoodie season!!!! Be careful though, if you don’t watch your back your favorite hoodie could be stolen by some unsuspecting girl.