Victoria’s Secret Should Make Wendy’s ‘Soviet Fashion Show’ Ad a Reality

Far left outlet The New York Times reported today that Victoria’s Secret will dump its iconic “Angels” in favor of a campaign of wokeness. But why stop there? Why not make a 1980s Wendy’s commercial (titled “Soviet Fashion Show” on YouTube) a reality? It would be even woker.

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On June 16, The New York Times tweeted:

NEW: Victoria’s Secret is finally saying goodbye to the Angels. They’ll be replaced with a new group of women icons, including the soccer star Megan Rapinoe, in what the brand is calling the VS Collective. It’s the start of a major overhaul: https://nytimes.com/2021/06/16/business/victorias-secret-collective-megan-rapinoe.html w/ @VVFriedman

And one of the first things I thought of when I saw this was, “Huh. That direction kinda reminds me of a 1980s Wendy’s commercial about a Soviet fashion show. It’d be really woke if they made that a reality.”

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And in case you don’t know what I’m talking about, well, you can watch the video at top if you haven’t alredy done so.

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