Remember the hilariously awkward Christmas commercial for Peloton that everyone relentlessly made fun of?
In fact, the commercial was roasted so brutally online that Ryan Reynolds hired the actress to do an ad for his gin company.
So, when a recent Reddit user consulted the united moral compass of human conscience (the "Am I the As*hole?" subreddit) about receiving a Peloton bike for her birthday that she definitely didn't want, the commercial became a reality.
Is it ok to get someone a gift they've made clear they don't want, especially if it's just an expensive workout tool? Probably not. Is it hilarious when that gift is the exact bike that was torn apart so viciously on Twitter that is actually dropped the Peloton stock? Again, probably not. If you're going to spend $2000 on someone's birthday, might I recommend a beach vacation and not a massive, cumbersome, subscription fee required exercise bike?
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