Guy Posts Topless Photo Of ‘Ideal Male Body’, Gets Trolled Hard

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If you look up ‘ideal male body’ on Google, you’ll get a few things: David Beckham, Brad Pitt, Tarzan, a few black and white pictures of early 2000’s male models.

Needless to say, we all have a different perspective when it comes to the ‘ideal’ male body.

And Fox News contributor Steven Crowder seems to believe he’s found it:

Keep in mind that this is the guy who dedicated an entire article to telling ‘fat feminists’ (making particular mention to Amy Schumer) that being naked and unattractive is not brave.

His tweet (which isn’t lacking typos) read: “This is the ideal make body. You may not like it, but this is what peak performance looks like.”

The rest of the world doesn’t seem to agree.

Crowder posted the tweet way back in January, but social media seems to think now is a good time to rehash it – and it’s turned into a hilarious set of memes.

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Even though the guy in the photo (Russian MMA fighter Fedor Emelianenko) boasts some broad shoulders and a strong pair of legs, many people were quick to point out that he actually looked pretty average.

For a guy who has every opinion in the world on ‘fat feminists’, should he really be deciding what the ‘ideal’ male body is? Probably not.