Let’s be honest. No one’s ever really got anything out of a d*ck pic.
Sure the suggestion of what’s to come is nice, but it’s hard to get past the whole “here’s my penis, but it’s nowhere near you right now, and I’m holding it and trying to be all sexy but you and me both know I’m stood crouched in my parent’s toilet.” Right?
Receiving a dick pic from a guy you actually fancy is one thing, but having your inbox inundated with hundreds of strange penises is a completely different kettle of fish. A big old pervy kettle of unwanted penis.
Model Emily Sears – who has 2.3 million followers – is one recipient of multiple unasked for wangers. She explained:
“I usually receive at least one or two dick pics per day, at minimum… I became absolutely fed up with these kind of disturbing and disgusting messages and comments online.”
Unimpressed, she decided to tackle the tackle head on – and alongside her DJ friend Laura who also received random wangers – started contacting the girlfriend’s of the mystery penis owners on social media:
The guys, perhaps unsurprisingly, were not impressed by Emily’s tactics. But then, we guess, neither were their girlfriends….
What have we learned here? If you don’t want your girlfriend to know you’re sending random models pictures of your member, just don’t send them. Reserve your chappy for IRL situations, OK.