Eggplant Friday[Photo Credit: @MatthewAHead]
Eggplant Friday[Photo Credit: @FreddyAmazin]
Eggplant Friday[Photo Credit: @ImRobGodDammit]
Eggplant Friday[Photo Credit: WhoIsLejerion]
Eggplant Friday[Photo Credit: @KnowbodysTweets]
Eggplant Friday[Photo Credit: @prettygvto]
You may have noticed an increase in dick pics on your Instagram and Twitter feed recently, and that’s no coincidence. Last month, B.o.B. Instagrammed a photo of himself texting, with strategically placed eggplants chillin’ on the a kitchen counter right next to the bulge in his sweatpants. His caption? Only the hashtag #EggplantFriday.
Since posting the photo on Dec. 12, 2014, the hashtag’s gone viral, and lost its signature subtlety. What was meant as term to describe the bulge in your sweats, underwear, or pants, has now taken on a completely new meaning. And basically the meaning is: “It’s Friday, here’s a picture of my dick.” If you can stomach having your eyes assaulted by penis pictures, and are about 10 feet away from your coworkers, just plug in #eggplantfriday on your Instagram. What you’ll get are pics of buck-naked dudes taking selfies with their junk next to anything they can compare its length against (remotes are a favorite), men with purposely soaked boxer briefs, and bottles of Holy Water tweeted by voyeuristic viewers who feel completely sodomized afterward.
You can scroll through the gallery for clever, SFW (!!) entries, but in the meantime here are just a few common reactions to the trend:
— Nala.✨ (@e4envy__) January 2, 2015
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