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Gay News Anchor Warned Twitter To Brace For A 'Pounding' And People Are Loving It

Openly gay news anchor Blaine Stewart rocked Twitter with some serious innuendo while covering the impending Northeast winter 'bomb cyclone.' The Norfolk-Virginia Beach reporter wrote 'UPDATE: Get ready for a pounding. Some of us could see 8 inches or more. That's too much — even for me.'

The tweet has since been deleted, but this isn't the first time Stewart has made sexual jokes about the weather. Just over a year ago he made a reference to gay dating site Grindr while covering the threat of an even higher snowfall. "THESE ARE NOT @GRINDR INCHES. THESE ARE ACTUAL INCHES!" 

We're not sure what prompted to Stewart to delete the saucy tweet, but we're still reveling in the humor - and we're not alone. He's being applauded across Twitter and many LGBT websites. 

While we are enjoying the tweet and the responses, we have to remind you that this winter weather is no joke. 11 people have already died from the brutal Northeast cold, so bundle up and stay safe if the storm is headed your way! 

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Australia tourism innuendo This Australian Tourism Campaign Wants to 'C U in the NT'
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Ah, Australia's Northern Territory. Looks beautiful, doesn't it?


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This new slogan is... interesting. It really looks like it says something different to the untrained eye. 


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This campaign comes from an independent group hoping to bolster tourism in the northern part of Australia. Their about page says this:

Whether you're young or old there's so much to see and do in the NT! Experience the unique Northern Territory in Australia's top end for an unforgettable experience. Tell your friends CU in the NT!

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funny fail image Canadian vitamin campaign wants to make sure you're getting enough D
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Yukon Health and Social Services is running a campaign to remind people to take their vitamin D. Might have wanted to give this a second read before printing them off, or at the very least let someone older than 13 sign off on the slogan.