To the London Evening Standard, which shared the ‘funny tricks’ this guy does on his girlfriend to help her stay healthier.
This man has the funniest tricks to help his girlfriend stay healthy!
— Evening Standard (@EveningStandard) February 21, 2019
Except quite a lot of people, it appeared, struggled to see the ‘funny’ bit. These 5 responses pretty much nail it.
This is controlling arseholery of the highest order.
— Donna Rees (@DonnaARees) February 21, 2019
When’s the funny bit?
— Kirsty (@nimnil) February 21, 2019
Are you fucking kidding? Funny? I didn’t watch all the way through but the only acceptable ending is that she murders then barbeques this shitgoblin. https://t.co/RXHvK9BLsF
— Ian Martin (@IanMartin) February 21, 2019
Why are you promoting tactics used by abusers to body shame & humiliate in the guise of “health?”
Why is this “funny,” when last year @NHSDigital said admissions of patients with potentially life-threatening eating disorders has almost doubled over the past six years?
— DOLLS✨ (@dollsxx) February 21, 2019
Dump him, Jess, your life can only get better.
— Kit Tona “12 years left” (@tona_kit) February 21, 2019