Parkour bros find new way to harass women for YouTube views

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This parkour fail doesn't feature broken bones, but plenty of rejection.

They say the fastest way to a woman’s heart is to violently flip, flail, and spasm mere inches from her face. But if that fails, it’s good to always have a few wince-inducing pickup line to stick the proverbial landing. 

Enter Parkour Pickup Lines, the biggest offense to women’s rights since “Blurred Lines.” No longer do girls in this country have the right to walk to class, enjoy a quick bite, or simply sit without their personal space being assaulted by a guy who never made it past the audition rounds of Ninja Warrior. Though this dollar store version of Justin Guarini didn’t receive any broken bones from his antics, the odds that he might have been pepper sprayed by unsuspecting women are pretty good. 

Let this be a lesson to the young men of the world, parkour won’t get you a girlfriend, and it certainly won’t get you to the Olympic gymnastics team. 

H/T Reddit

Are the Simple Pickup videos harmless fun or sexual assault?
Though the pickup artist YouTube channel Simple Pickup has been around for at least two years and has more than 1 million followers, the videos didn’t come to Tumblr’s attention until a recent upload called “Massaging Random Hot Girls.” The clip shows the trio randomly rubbing unsuspecting women in public. A post about the three men—Kong, Jesse, and Jason—went viral after a signal boost by feminist blogs following the video’s release.
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