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Hot College Boys Twerked In Daisy Dukes For Charity And Made A Buttload Of Money

Rugby players perfect their pelvic thrusts. Need we say more?

Who says college boys have no substance?

Every year, the sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon at Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA hold a male beauty pageant called Deepher Dude to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

For 2016's pageant, Drexel student Max Kiplinger submitted the following video of the Drexel rugby team dancing in Daisy Dukes and tied-off flannel shirts to Austin Mahone's "Dirty Work."

The resulting video, which includes woodworking and shirtless-ness *~for charity~* is totally adorable, considering the amount of time it must have taken to put it all together. Also, this came of it:

"Deepher Dude is an opportunity for me to help raise money and spread awareness about a disease that people should be aware of," Kiplinger says on his personal donation page. "It's an opportunity for me to rally my community -- my friends, family, and classmates -- in support of those who are suffering from cystic fibrosis and those who are searching every day for a cure."

Delta Phi Epsilon have reached their goal of $60,000 thanks to the efforts of students like Kiplinger, which is awesome. Watch the full video below to see why.

Donate to Kiplinger's campaign if you enjoyed it as much as we did.

H/T Cosmopolitan