Online dating killer meme creator
However the comparison was lost on the majority of male Twitter users, who soon bombarded the post with questions and memes highlighting their confusion.'Wat does it mean [sic],' a confused Lawrence Cimen added, while posting a gif of a confused child.'I was laughing and joking with [my roommate] about how bad they look before I brush them,' she added.Playing on the stereotype of the classy girlfriend and the trashy 'other woman', Payton created a meme around the images.Speaking to Buzzfeed, Payton explained she came up with the idea after experimenting with hairstyles on her roommate.'My method for curling clients' hair is creating ugly ringlet-type curls that I then brush to make beachy beautiful waves,' she said.On the Passion Dust website the product - which sells for US for a pack of five - is described as 'a sparkalized, passion activated capsule that is inserted into the vagina at least 1 hour prior to having sexual intercourse'Ms Von-Kerius, who in 2013 was diagnosed with a brain tumour which affected her vision, said the success of her capsules had helped her support her family.'It really has been a blessing in disguise,' she said.'Even though I didn’t intend for it to be a product I ended up selling, the fact that it did become so popular really did help me and my children.' Her product was not something she initially intended to bring to market but has since been a sell-out - something that has not been without controversy, with experts warning it could lead to dangerous infections The website says Passion Dust contains sugar-based ingredients, gelatin by product and acacia - ingredients experts have warned could cause a nasty inflammatory vaginal discharge.The site says the capsules contain no preservatives, wheat, gluten, animal by-products or starch.
Speaking on Australian radio on Friday, Ms Von-Kerius described herself as a 'fun, sparkly person who 'loves to shine'.
' However their pleas were ignored by delighted women, who reveled in their confusion and misunderstanding.
Jazmin Kelsey wrote: 'I feel like boys don't understand this tweet and it makes me love it that much more.' 'All the boys in the replies so confused but us girls knowing what's up is great,' a New York user wrote, followed by crying with laughter emojis.
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An 18-year-old became a viral sensation after she created a witty dating meme comparing 'girlfriend' hair to the style favored by the 'other woman'.