January 22, 2018 | celebrity | Sam Robeson | 0 Comments
Never have I ever inspired the look for the lead character in the Disney classic Beauty and the Beast. Khloé you’re out silly billy. Before we get into this new komercial for Calvin Klein featuring the Jenndashian brothel playing a fun lobotomized version of the game “never have I ever,” let’s just give props for body inclusivity. Twenty years ago Calvin Klein famously featured bulimic coked up models in their ads, but now we’ve progressed to having a herd of mangled medical community practical jokes stretching the holy hell out of underwear together on a blanket. Dove girls, we did it.
The members of the Jenndashian brothel apparently have a lot of caché for purchasers of the preferred underwear brand of Marshalls checkout lanes, and put their shilling prowess and zombified personalities to good use in this kickoff video for Calvin’s new “Our Family” campaign. Having the Jenndashians play never have I ever is like chucking red meat to the sharks, to the point that it isn’t even funny to make jokes about it. Never have I ever taken a load on camera to advance my career. Bye Kim. Never have I ever been a troll doll that came to life Pinocchio style. Sorry Kourtney! Never have I ever had my mom jizz inside me to create a media baby. Oh Kylie, we see you. I mean they’re just facts. A press release from Calvin Klein states:
This campaign captures these bonds and brings to life different ways we can inspire families — both born and made — to connect with one another, and celebrate the things that unite us.
Emphasis on the “made.” Photoshop can now join in on the #MeThree! movement, because it endured unspeakable horrors while creating these pics.
Photo Credit: Youtube / Backgrid USA / Calvin Klein