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Peloton bike Christmas advert prompts outrage on social media as critics blast it as 'sexist'

By REBECCA SPEARE-COLE

 

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A Christmas advert from Peloton has been slammed on social media as "sexist" and "out of touch" (Peloton)

 

A Christmas advert for exercise bike company Peloton has been slammed as "sexist" and "out of touch".

 

The advert, which has been viewed more than a million times on YouTube, depicts a woman getting a Peloton bike for Christmas from her male partner. 

 

She then records a video diary, documenting her year spent using the bike, before presenting it to him to say thank you. 

 

She says: "A year ago, I didn't realise how much this would change me."

 

Full Story: https://www.standard.co.uk/news/world/sexist-peloton-bike-christmas-ad-outrage-a4303981.html

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Peloton has the worst reviews ever for something that cost US $2,000 and even worse rated customer service.

 

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Too many stupid people looking for something to be outraged about.

What a pathetic world we live in.

 

Billions live in poverty, and stupid wealthy westerners getting exercised over inanities.

 

We need an old fashioned world war to make the stupid people realise what is actually important in life.

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Couldn't also hurt to give her some sexy nude pics of slim younger women.   Just to keep her on her toes.

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Where was the bad and outrageous part?  I could have done it way better.

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I bought an indoor exercise bike for my missus. It wasn't cheap, but I consider the money well spent. It made her happy because helped her slim down and become even more beautiful. We both benefited. She was thankful and so was I.

 

What's on earth is wrong with that? 

 

Maybe some fourth-wave falang feminist who is somehow managing to survive in patriarchal Thailand could tell me. 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Krataiboy said:

I bought an indoor exercise bike for my missus. It wasn't cheap, but I consider the money well spent. It made her happy because helped her slim down and become even more beautiful. We both benefited. She was thankful and so was I.

 

What's on earth is wrong with that? 

 

Maybe some fourth-wave falang feminist who is somehow managing to survive in patriarchal Thailand could tell me. 

 

 

 

Indeed. One friend, a CFO, hadn't bought his wife a Christmas present and it was Christmas Eve. Idiot bought her a lady's dumbell set and a new clothes iron!

 

Oh, how he suffered and how we laughed!

 

But an expensive exercise bike - many people would be grateful. Cardio benefits too.

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13 minutes ago, Baerboxer said:

America was the Land of the Free. Now the Land of the Easily Offended Politically Correct Affirmative Diversity and Only Whites can be Racists Brigade.

And this is probably one of the biggest, if not the biggest reason why Trump is now in office. The Dems and Left's answer is to continue pandering to this SJW/PC mentality by tacking further left, which will most likely place Trump in office for a second term. And they still don't get it.

 

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Apparently the most likely reason Trump is president is that he's quite tall for a man and Clinton is relatively short for a woman. Appearances are everything

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