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Hilarious! See How A Mother Trolled A Steamy Bikini Advert. Photos

A mother recreated a steamy bikini advert with hilarious results forcing her to use emojis to cover up her modesty. A skimpy bikini was trolled online after a snap of a model wearing the high-waisted garment was uploaded onto Beginning Boutique’s Instagram page.




The orange-and-white two piece, costing £47.09 ($59.99) is made up a crop top, but the bottoms are extremely skimpy.

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The post received hundreds of comments, with people comparing the model to a “Barbie”, adding the bikini was a “vagina flosser”.

Now mummy blogger Laura, who posts under Knee Deep in Life, has recreated the model’s post in the barely-there bikini, with hilarious results.

Uploading the snap to her Facebook page, she captioned it: “Google goals… f**** flossing”.

It’s since gone viral, racking up more than 14,000 comments.

The mum was forced to use emojis to cover up her modesty in the snap, which revealed a lot more than the model.




She said: “When everyone begs you to buy it, review it and you’re like – F*** NO!!! “It’s £50 and it’s January. “I can make that s*** work with a superman belt and a kids t-shirt.

“Ain’t no one got any business seeing the other side of that emoji. “It’s like a hairy angry venus flytrap that smells a bit like piss and old farts. “P.s. yes, I’m wearing a belt. It’s just hidden under all my fabulous skin….”


People have praised her for uploading the photo, saying: “It was only a matter of time before someone did their own version.”

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