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Ice Cream Video Dude DESTROYS incels by inadvertently proving that good-looking men can be creepy as hell

You don’t have to look like a creeper to creep women out

By David Futrelle

Incels insist that it’s their looks — not their off-putting personalities, not their obvious bitterness, not their utterly terrible views on women — that drive away the women of the world and prevent them from getting the sex they deserve, while handsome Chads can act like creepy weirdos and still score with the hottest HBs.

And no matter how many times women tell them that, no, handsome men can be just as creepy as anyone else, they refuse to believe it.

Here’s a video that’s been going around Twitter that proves the incels wrong. The dude in it isn’t an unattractive fellow, by conventional standards; he’s what the incels would probably call a Chad — or at the very least, given their quite exacting standards, a Chad-lite. Yet virtually every woman who has watched this video of him preparing a sloppy ice cream concoction has recoiled in disgust.

https://twitter.com/KenJac/status/1104227756508962816

Here’s how women on Twitter have responded to his, er, unusual ice-cream-making techniques:

WHY IS HE THRUSTING
my vagina just snapped shut for good this time
I am pretty sure this guy has fucked a tub of ice cream before
This is why i'm a lesbian
i will no longer be eating ice cream

And before any incels jump in to say “well, of course women don’t like this, he’s a beta simp male feminist sucking up to them on international women’s day,” he was just as creepy on “Avocado Day.”

I swear, these are the longest one-minute videos I’ve watched in my entire life. I couldn’t even make it all the way through on the avocado one on the first try.

Sorry for ruining whatever meals you might have been contemplating having sometime today.

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Sillabub
Sillabub
3 years ago

I saw this video and immediately thought the space looked familiar – it’s in Westfield Stratford City in East London. I used to work there. It’s a hellhole.

I live about 20 minutes away by tube. I’m half tempted to go down and see if this guy knows that he’s a viral sensation for all the wrong reasons, and if so, what he thinks about it.

Ellesar
Ellesar
3 years ago

He IS conventionally attractive, certainly, and to be fair I don’t think everyone will be put off. I find him hilarious, but part of it has to be the job – if he is like that all the time then yes, he is as creepy as hell.

Ellesar
Ellesar
3 years ago

Sillabub – just saw your post – not that far myself, but tbh it is not worth the effort as I never have to go there, and you are right, it is not a place one would willingly go.

dashapants
dashapants
3 years ago

No amount of cheesy, idiotic theatricality can make ice-cream taste bad. The true chadliness of ice-cream cannot be ruined by lascivious looks or pelvic thrusts or spatula juggling. I do not care how stupidly try-hard this guy comes across. Only the ice-cream is important.

On a more serious note tho. Meh. On the creep scale of one to used car salesman, this dude punches somewhere in the middle.

Demonhype
Demonhype
3 years ago

As a woman and lover of good looking men, I’m not so much put off or creeped out as I am wondering wtf I just watched. Like watching some foreign cartoon that launches into some incomprehensible antics that leave me just…stunned and totally confused, and occasionally lmao.

Lumipuna (nee Arctic Ape)
Lumipuna (nee Arctic Ape)
3 years ago

I suspect it’s generally difficult for us men to underdstand what exactly women perceive as creepy and why, and incels are basically psychic masters at not empathizing with women.

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
3 years ago

I’m pretty sure that ice cream concoction could be made without any theatrics, hip thrusting, or pandering-to-the-ladies whatsoever. And what’s up with seeming to stare deeply into my eyes? Is this guy trying to hypnotize me?

MarshallDog
MarshallDog
3 years ago

Is that guy for real? Like is he seriously making ice cream that way because he thinks it’s sexy? Or is it meant to be some kind of meta-joke? Now granted, I watched the videos without sound, but I still thought there were hilarious, whether they were genuine or not.

Hexum7
Hexum7
3 years ago

I’m just baffled about why he associates Oreos with Women’s day.

Then again, I probably don’t want to know

kupo
kupo
3 years ago

@Lumipuna

I suspect it’s generally difficult for us men to underdstand what exactly women perceive as creepy and why, and incels are basically psychic masters at not empathizing with women.

D..do you not see what’s creepy about this? Also, good rule of thumb: if you would find something creepy/ uncomfortable if someone you’re completely unattracted to did it at you, women will probably find it creepy. It’s really not that mysterious.

Lumipuna (nee Arctic Ape)
Lumipuna (nee Arctic Ape)
3 years ago

kupo,

I was thinking more in terms of everyday interaction, men making awkward come-ons and sexual jokes and the like. Admittedly, that may not be very relevant to either incels or the Ice Cream Man.

I’m not saying men have no responsibility in being inadvertently creepy – it’d help us to listen women more. I’ve also repeatedly heard women point out that the worst creepers are usually acting deliberately and knowingly, which I can personally believe. At least they presumably know they’re violating social norms.

Like probably most men, I’m not usually a target of sexual harassment or open sexual approaches. Our experience of harassment mostly consists of the rare non-sexual harassment by a few weirdos.* It may be just me, but I’m not very attuned to recognizing sexual come-ons or perceiving them as threatening.* The ice cream guy is super cringey, but doesn’t come off as threatening to me, at least on video. Certainly inappropriate, yes, and not by accident.

*Once, a weirdo guy forcibly chatted me and then hugged me without permission. It was clearly a boundary violation, and maybe sexual, but it didn’t occur to me to fear that he might assault me further. Then there was another incident of forced chatting that felt intuitively more scary because the guy’s body language was off and he was obsessively pushy in wanting to talk about Lord Jesus Christ. In a third incident, a guy was just clearly being deliberately annoying, and eventually it dawned to me that he was trying to provoke a fight – at a bus stop in broad daylight, in front of some old ladies. At that point, I chose to run away.

Demonhype
Demonhype
3 years ago

Yes, I’m figuring something out. His antics seemed familiar and it was bugging m e, but I finally got it. This guy is behaving as if he’s seen depictions of women going to see the Chippendales or some generic male strippers on a sitcom and, having assumed that’s what gets the ladies hot, is doing his best to mimic it, clueless that that is not an appropriate setting for thrusts and gyrations, or that behavior that a lady night have paid to see in one specific circumstance can be unpleasant or even downright upsetting when thrust upon her in a totally different setting.

SpleenyBadger
SpleenyBadger
3 years ago

It takes a lot to put me off ice cream. Ice cream is a purely good thing in an oft-wicked world. This squicky guy has sullied that pure thing, and needs to be fired from a cannon into the sun.

Beth
Beth
3 years ago

Not that type has ever been a deal-breaker, but this guy has so many things that I like physically, dark hair, beard, definitely conventionally handsome (neutral.canthal tilt, strong chin, whatever else incels are measuring in millimeters these days). He even has an accent and ICE CREAM.

Yet I’m slightly nauseated by his patter. No.

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