This is the ideal male body according to the internet
Twitter recently took a break from body positivity (and the harassment that started the movement) to make fun of what has been hailed the "ideal male body."
It all started when radio host Stephen Crowder posted a photo of Russian MMAfighter Fedor Vladimirovich Emelianenko half-naked and surrounded by kettle bells.
"This is the ideal make (sic) body. You may not like it, but this is what peak performance looks like," the caption says.
The tweet spiraled into a meme, and Twitter users started to post their own takes on the ideal male body.
Yeah, most of those aren't men. OR even human beings.
We may never know what the perfect male body looks like, but we do know one thing for sure -- Twitter sure knows how to make fun of someone.