Albert Pukies is a guy who cares about his health. He's also a fan of the oft-revered "Dad bod" — a look that rocketed to fame some years ago through millions of women around the world sharing the same repressed Electra complex. This put him in a difficult position: How to achieve the look and feel of a spare tire draped around his frail waist but also maintain the cholesterol level of a professional sports athlete?

The result is the Dadbag, a carrying accessory with the vibe of extra cushion for the pushin' yet a unique ability to take it off when your doctor asks questions.

"I made the Dadbag because I’m desperate to have dad bod but I’m also very concerned about the health risks associated with it," Pukies tells Bored Panda. "The solution is quite simple, a bumbag with a proper dad belly printed on it. Now I can put on a dad bod whenever I feel like it and even store my valuables in it."

Pukies tells the outlet the design isn't for sale … yet … but he hopes to find investors or developers to get his creation on the market soon.