Tex Hollywood - November 18, 2022
One of the more viral stories of the week is that the NY Times tried to discount Olivia Dunne's ability in her sport, by criticizing her for sexualizing herself or being hot on social media. They did not realize that the two things are mutually exclusive and social media isn't life.
I don't know if the writer was hoping that she would only post tutorials about how to do her gymnastic stunts wearing a snow suit, which you know would still be criticized for being sexual content from the Canadians out there who only know snow suits.
Clearly, the writer doesn't realize that social media is that personal glimpse into a compelling person's life through their content. So if they are hot, they are hot.
The fact that she makes 2,000,000 dollars a year off of her social media could be because she is hot, that could be why the fans are there, but she is also a college athlete so who cares. It's not like gymnasts really make money as gymnasts at least not on the college level, and obviously brands are there because of her audience. So it becomes a chicken or egg debate of whether people are there for her hot content or for her athletic content, but since she's an athlete, it doesn't really matter, because people are there.
Anyway, she posted her Christmas wishlist which included "being in the NY Times", having a "Sugar Daddy" and a PS5 her 2,000,000 dollars could easily buy her. What do you get the girl who has everything?
Her caption "I'd rather have a lump of coal".
The comments from the creepers were all "I just want to be yours" and "I'm a lump of coal"..."Please let me be a lump of coal" since begging women in their comments is a sure way to find love.
Unfortunately, she doesn't have a link to her amazon wishlist for you pay pigs to seduce her, but she probably should, because people think seducing is buying or subscribing.
There is no word on when Pete Davidson is going to start dating her, but be ready for it.
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