Another day, another stupid comment from Piers Morgan.
This time the Good Morning Britain host made a decision to mock Daniel Craig for carrying his child in a papoose.
He covered a flan case with shaving foam, before slamming it into Morgan's face.
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He made a lot of big ones - the one at the end to Tyreek (Hill ) was a great throw, and he had some other great throws. Hill was responsible for 142 of those yards, finding the end zone a career-high three times through the air.
But Morgan's point of view appeared to be out of step with a broad swath of men, another sign that old-fashioned ideas about performative gender roles are on their way out. Things got messier as Morgan pied Reid, and she hit back in kind.
Also, we're definitely going to start calling baby carrier's a 'papoose.' It's so much fun to say.
"If I have to carry the shopping, I can carry the bag in one hand, walk the dog or open the vehicle door".
Yep, that's right. The former "America's Got Talent" judge thinks that Craig donning a Baby Bjorn somehow undermines the hypermasculinity of James Bond.
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He also showed clips of all the positive things said about the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia during the event. WWE has told CBS Sports that it is "monitoring the situation" in Saudi Arabia.
"It makes you more of a man because it shows you care".
"In the 7 years since this photo I've had my nails painted, hair done, been a patient at their dentist and worked in their kitchen more times than I can remember", said Lord Helmet (@d_helmet).
Morgan remained resolute in his opinion on papooses, which he first aired earlier in the week. "James Bond would never use a papoose to carry his babies".
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"You really have to be so uncertain of your own masculinity to concern yourself with how another man carries his child", Evans wrote.