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Harry Styles Is a Sad Horny Gay Instagrammer in Flawless SNL Skit

Harry Styles Is a Sad Horny Gay Instagrammer in Flawless 'SNL' Skit

Harry Styles Is a Sad Horny Gay Instagrammer in Flawless 'SNL' Skit

This gifs will never die.

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Too many celebrities end up wasted on Saturday Night Live, but this week’s episode gave the people what they wanted — Harry Styles basically just saying a bunch of gay things.

Playing an employee of the Sara Lee company — yeah, the one that makes bread — Styles gets called into his superiors’ office to discuss why the company Instagram account, which he runs, has been posting some “off-message" comments lately.

“Why did ‘Sara Lee’ comment on this picture of Nick Jonas, saying, ‘Wreck me daddy’ and then comment a month later with ‘Destroy me king’?” Cecily Strong asks.

Styles’ character admits he’s been accidentally posting on the corporate account instead of his own, and together, they go over a few additional posts he made, prompting the former 1Der to say things like “getting railed to death,” “still on a poppers high,” and “why do guys always freak out when I ask them to spit in my mouth?”

 

 

While the Sara Lee sketch was unquestionably the gayest part of the evening, other snippets throughout the night were pretty memorable as well. Harry wore a dog collar and sang in the “Joan’s Song” sketch, his shirt sparkled like the glittery angel he is during his performance of “Lights Up,” and don’t even get us started on the cuts to commercial break. All in all, it’s just an episode that actually merits watching by the entire LGBTQ community.

And as grateful as we are for all the delicious gifs that are going to come from this experience, possibly the best part of the whole episode is that the internet immediately swarmed over to the ACTUAL Instagram account for Sara Lee, mimicking the sketch in real time.

 

 

Unfortunately, Sara Lee didn’t seem particularly charmed by the increase in attention, telling the NY Post that the skit’s “content doesn’t align with Sara Lee Bread’s brand.”

To which we can only say: Must get rid of toxic in the community!

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Rachel Kiley

Rachel Kiley is presumably a writer and definitely not a terminator. She can usually be found crying over queerbaiting in the Pitch Perfect franchise or on Twitter, if not both.

Rachel Kiley is presumably a writer and definitely not a terminator. She can usually be found crying over queerbaiting in the Pitch Perfect franchise or on Twitter, if not both.