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Hyper-sexual Suit Supply campaign shocks Twitter with aggressive kissing and orgies

A hyper-sexual new ad campaign has tongues wagging in more ways than one on Twitter, where critics are expressing disgust and cracking jokes about the 'new normal' that the ads promise is coming.

Suit Supply debuted their new campaign online today, featuring several images depicting nearly-nude orgies with men and women's hands groping and their tongues intertwining.

The ads — which promote a clothing brand — each show just one man dressed in a suit making out sloppily with a woman, while other half-naked men and women kiss and touch each other in a pile around him.

Raunchy! A hyper-sexual new ad campaign has tongues wagging on Twitter

R-rated! Suit Supply debuted their new campaign online today, featuring several images depicting nearly-nude orgies with men and women's hands groping and tongues intertwining

Well that's wet! The campaign seems to focus on making the kisses as wet and messy as possible

Group sex: The ads — which promote a clothing brand — each show one man dressed in a suit making out sloppily with a woman, while other half-naked men and women kiss

The ads all proclaim that a 'new normal is coming' — but since the photos have begun going viral on Twitter, many commenters insist this is no normal they want to be a part of.    

'If this Suit Supply ad my husband just received is any indication, things are about to get wild,' wrote one woman.

'I knew it! Orgies are going to be the next big thing,' joked another, while a third quipped: 'I guess she was super stoked to see a dude not in sweatpants?'

'is this how straight people make out???' asked another horrified commenter, focusing on the way the kissing models are sticking their tongues out of their mouths to touch.

'When photographers don’t understand how mouths work,' wrote one more. 

Yuck! The ads all proclaim that a 'new normal is coming' — but since the photos have begun going viral on Twitter, many commenters insist this is no normal they want to be a part of

'Oh, I just cringed so hard I think I came out of my skin for a second,' said yet another, while one confused commenter asked, 'That's an ad for suits?'

Several are especially horrified by the touchy-feeliness of the ad given that the world is still in the midst of a deadly pandemic.  

'This ad gave me covid,' wrote one.

'They’re not quite reading the room,' tweeted another.

'I’m working from bed and really and truly just pulled the covers over my head. Too close in a pandemic!!!!!!!!!!!' said a third.

One more joked: 'Happy to see @suitsupply got the vaccine and a head start on summer 2021.'

Pandemonium: Several are especially horrified by the touchy-feeliness of the ad given that the world is still in the midst of a deadly pandemic

Yep! Suit Supply did, in fact, have the post-pandemic world in mind when it created the ads, teasing a world in which the virus is no longer a threat — and, apparently, orgies run rampant

'Post-pandemic life is on the horizon,' Suit Supply's founder and CEO said. 'The campaign is simply a positive outlook on our future'

Suit Supply did, in fact, have the post-pandemic world in mind when it created the ads, teasing a world in which the virus is no longer a threat — and, apparently, orgies run rampant.

'Post-pandemic life is on the horizon,' Fokke de Jong, Suit Supply's founder and CEO, told Insider. 

'Social distancing for extraordinarily long periods of time has conditioned us to fear proximity of others and that is perfectly justified. 

'The campaign is simply a positive outlook on our future where people can get back to gathering and getting close.'

Just this past May, the company was promoting a 'new normal shopping experience' to ensure 'the safest environment possible for their US stores.'

The brand required face masks, reduced store capacity, and introduced Suitsupply introduced Safe Shopping Screens, clear screens that provided a barrier to allow for up-close interaction between customers and employees. 

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