Last week, Robbie Tripp, an author from San Francisco, took to Instagram to write a tribute to his "curvy" wife, and how she helped him see past what is normally considered attractive. "I love this woman and her curvy body," the post started. "As a teenager, I was often teased by my friends for my attraction to girls on the thicker side, ones who were shorter and curvier, girls that the average (basic) bro might refer to as 'chubby' or even 'fat.'"
And while the post was initially well received, Tripp is now being slammed on social media, with many accusing him of patting himself on the back for being attracted to "curvy" women. On Twitter, it gave birth to this glorious meme...
While others mocked the post in their own ways.
*guy likes curvy woman* 16,667 favs, national news— #trishy (@soulthot) August 4, 2017
*curvy woman likes herself* 12 favs, 48 people in your mentions talking about diabetes
I think we all realized we let "Hobby Lobby funds ISIS" slip through our fingers too quickly, which is why we've clung to Curvy Wife— Brandy Jensen (@BrandyLJensen) August 5, 2017
I FEAR MY CURVY WIFE— Jennifer Morrow (@jenniferemorrow) August 5, 2017
by H.P. Lovecraft
I shudder to think of her non-Euclidean geometry, an eldritch shape no earthly eye can comprehend...
under socialism we will each be apportioned a curvy wife— Brandy Jensen (@BrandyLJensen) August 4, 2017
Tripp responded to the backlash in several tweets over the weekend. One tweet was directed at Jake Paul, a YouTube personality who became national news after neighbors alleged he had made their lives a "living hell" after filming antics such as lighting furniture on fire in his backyard.
What do you think of this response?