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“Postmates teamed up with Evan Goldstein of Bespoke Surgical, an elite a**l surgery practice built for today’s gay male and anyone looking to improve their a**l health to create the world’s first bottom friendly menu”

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frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
2 months ago

Luckily in the comments on YouTube. People are not having it. Plus Evan Goldstein? They always have been shooting themselves in the foot.

Manny Kendall
Manny Kendall
2 months ago

This is crazy. More LGBT agenda, normalizing catering towards sexual perversion in the name of love and science.

nodnoc
nodnoc
2 months ago

You’re joking right?

stevencasteel
stevencasteel
2 months ago

103,188 views, 729 upvotes. Hiding the dislikes and comments doesn’t hide being ratiod.

Gerry
Gerry
1 month ago
Reply to  stevencasteel

There’s an extension to see the downvotes, they are being crushed with 16K thumbs down

A E
A E
2 months ago

I despise “bespoke”. It sounds like just another forced term for creating one’s own reality – I spoke, let it be.

If it is about clothing, what is wrong with the word “custom” besides the modern take of “customary”. We all need to be so unique.

Worse is the actual definition, which is the embodiment of “my truth”. Tailor-made to suit me.

The term ‘bespoke suit’ is relatively new, with evidence dating to the 19th century.

The bespoke pizza was delicately made with a whiskey-infused base, topped with a secret recipe tomato sauce, and combined with crispy bacon, Cashel blue cheese from Co. Tipperary and Jameson-infused apple.
— Galen English, Daily Mail (London, Eng.), 20 Mar. 2009

Bespeak has had an arrangement of meanings far more varied than simply being a slightly longer and Old-Englishy way of saying “speak”; it has also meant “to complain,” “to accuse,” and “to order or arrange in advance.”

Interesting, given that early definition, that “bespoke” earliest usage in fashion was for corsets and shoes.

According to Merriam Webster, its next use was in theatrical writings and performances – made to order.