Instagram Model Gets Fed Up With People Sending Her Dick Pics. So She Made This Genius Move
Feb 01, 2016 11:57
Emily Sears is drop-dead gorgeous. The Australian-born model is currently based in Los Angeles, California. She's got quite the social presence too. In fact, her Instagram has an impressive 2.3 million followers. Basically, her pics are super addictive to follow.
Here's checking out Emily.
But despite all this, there's one thing that Emily has to constantly deal with: Guys sending her unwanted dick pics.
It's a real problem.
Sears says she receives a minimum of one or two dick pics a day. She got fed up and decided to do something. She noticed some of them had girlfriends. She decided to TELL THEIR PARTNERS WHAT THEY WERE UP TO. It was brilliant.
The brilliant strategy has reduced the number of unwanted dick pics Emily has to see everyday now.
Inspired by Sears, her friend Laura, a DJ, also joined in to teach dick-pic-sharing guys a lesson.
This is one guy who is going to be single for a very long time.
Their apologies aren't very sincere. Or at least, it doesn't feel like it.
So doing this is the perfect solution.
“Sometime they try and say their friend stole their phone, and that it wasn’t them. I don’t believe they’re sorry so much as they’re sorry you’re putting them on blast.”
So before you decide to send a dick pic to a hot smoking Instagram model, maybe you should think again.
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