Company Selling Fake Muscles to Help People Look Good on Virtual Dates

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It's hard at any point to venture into a new relationship, so you can only imagine how difficult it is now in this age of social distancing.

Though restaurants are finally allowing dine-in options again, for a few months we were quarantined to our individual homes with nowhere to go, and only with Zoom or other video conferencing services to interact with others. And no doubt, plenty of people went on Zoom dates in this amount of time.

American sporting goods company Sportarly understands that you'll probably be wanting to look your best for these virtual dates, which is rather difficult because gyms are still closed.

The company has begun selling "fake muscle suits"and "fake breasts" implants for people who want to make sure they still look good for those virtual dates.

"Order now and watch your socially distant partner's jaw hit the floor on your next virtual date!" reads the company's website.

Sportarly spokesperson for the company Jake Dennon has claimed the products "have been flying off our virtual shelves since being made live."

Via 9Honey

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