Ultimately, there’s a dating app for all the love-starved lumberjacks available

Cartoonist Dan Meth of The Meth Minute 39 and innumerable other peculiar creations has set his satirical websites on Tinder and other “sexy” social apps. In his contemporary cartoon, he’s created a courting app, especially for bearded men. In particular, it’s aimed at bearded guys who are lumberjacks. And manner more in particular than that, it’s for desperately lonely loggers who, of their extreme isolation, appear to have developed an unhealthy, erotic fixation at the timber they chop each day as a part of their job. The name of the app is Timber. What else? The way it works is pretty easy. The user downloads the app and then flips through numerous, theoretically tempting pics of logs, planks, and beams. Like so:

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Precisely how the timber is meant to reply while a lumberjack swipe right is unknown; maybe the chosen item is mailed to him discreetly, after which he takes it back to his cabin or some secluded spot in the woods and does with it as he pleases. It’s quality now not to live on the ones varieties of information. It looks like the average wooden user runs the chance of having splinters in a few extraordinarily inconvenient places. Believe in explaining that to the camp physician. The results of this cartoon, short as its miles, are many and horrifying. There may be something fairly unwholesome about how the lumberjack is leering at his phone.

Meth is rarely the first to invest in the sexual peccadilloes of loggers. Monty Python’s Flying Circus gave the world “The Lumberjack tune” manner again in 1969, and it has become a staple of the comedy troupe’s stay shows for many years in a while. If best this negative fellow performed using Michael Palin had been admitted to social media, perhaps he should have averted uncomfortable and embarrassing scenes just like the following.

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