Open Post: Hosted By Ben Affleck Balancing His Packages And Dunkin’ Coffee While Trying To Keep His Pants From Falling
Like most of us this past year, full-time pap stroller and part-time actor, Ben Affleck, orders 98% of his shit online. He might also obsessively track everything and refresh the page 700 times on the “out for delivery” days, not that I’d know anything about that. And, like most of us, he struggles, in general, to keep everything together while grabbing way more than his hands can hold. In other words, he’s just another clumsy mess challenged by vertical times. Welcome, Ben!
At least when we plebes stumble around the front door and attempt to shove 17 boxes, busted Amazon bubble envelopes, and deliveries of eagerly awaited junk food into our arms as we scurry back into the house, there aren’t any paps hiding in the bushes to capture us looking like hopelessness personified. Ben isn’t quite so lucky.
According to Page Six:
In a moment of relatability, Ben Affleck clumsily attempted to carry several packages, sip a drink and keep his pants from hitting the ground while heading into his Los Angeles home.
The newly single actor, 48, was snapped Saturday morning picking up a Dunkin’ Donuts ice coffee order, as well as at least six packages, attempting to lug the load into his home while sipping his cold brew balanced unsteadily atop the heap. In several photos, a belt-less Affleck is even seen struggling to keep his black denim jeans from falling.
Here are the pics with a surprise appearance from Ben’s butt crack and his Old Navy underwear:
Ben Affleck balances packages and coffee while attempting to keep pants up https://t.co/mc4jTHp7B3 pic.twitter.com/H9lmKUCDZl
— Page Six (@PageSix) January 23, 2021
One can only hope that some new underwear with more ample coverage is in one of those packages, but we don’t yet know if 2021 will let us have nice things. What we do know is that Ben’s jaded phoenix back tattoo has to look down at that glum crack situation 24/7 and that our faces currently scrunched into various stages of “Please stop” have only these few moments to endure. Perspective will see us through.