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Gumnut 2 points ago +2 / -0

It was a wardrobe malfunction

by Gumnut
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Gumnut 1 point ago +1 / -0

They’re brilliant - I just can’t tell if they’re images from the internet or newly created? Haha

by PoP7
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Gumnut 4 points ago +4 / -0

Who the fuck are these people taking their kids to this sh!t? Blows the mind

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Gumnut 1 point ago +1 / -0

One of the comments:

FYI it appears that Gatorade or someone at Twitter hid this tweet from the @gatorade feed

https://twitter.com/Gatorade/status/1524099856834478081

It's not visible on the feed

https://twitter.com/gatorade

This is confirmed by checking an archive, the May 10, 2022 tweet is hidden

https://web.archive.org/web/20220529225322/https://twitter.com/gatorade

Now if I had to guess, I would assume the Tweet began trending for all the "wrong reasons" and someone on Twitter's "Trust and Safety" team stepped in and hid the tweet to deboost it and prevent views and more negative comments. Gatorade posted an alternate video on May 16th, where the marketing team did jump cuts between a healthy male, a healthy female, and the same obese woman

https://twitter.com/Gatorade/status/1526188533249187841

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Gumnut 3 points ago +3 / -0

I would argue that examples such as the Venus Figurines suggest men are hard-wired to like voluptuous women.

As such, a woman in tights and a g-string doing the splits upside down is still potentially exploiting the male sex drive…

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Gumnut 1 point ago +1 / -0

Someone commented that the original has been hidden and a re-edited version posted…didn’t look myself

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