Open Post: Hosted By Dr. Beefy McHotness Getting Into His Feelings 

July 24, 2018 / Posted by:

If at least one of the 53 million views of this video came from you, then there’s a chance your perverted ass has already called Dr. Rich Constantine’s office saying that you have a pain in your orifice and it needs drilling STAT. My thoughts and prayers are with Dr. Rich’s receptionists today.

In case you’ve been living under a rock where you can’t access Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Snapchat (give me the GPS coordinates of that wonderland), a viral dance challenge was born a few weeks ago when comedian Shiggy posted an Instagram video of him busting out moves to Drake’s In My Feelings. His moves have been copied by thousands upon thousands and has become the In My Feelings Challenge. If I want to see a bunch of no-rhythm-having stiffs awkwardly butcher a dance move, I’d go to the nearest country club and watch weddings guests attempt to do The Electric Side. But everyone’s doing the In My Feelings Challenge including Dr. Rich Constantine, a dentist from Greenville, SC,  who did the dentist bro version of the dance on Facebook.

The marketing company who handles Dr. Rich’s social media presence (because every good dentist needs that) tells WISTV that he’s “a young, forward-thinking guy who is chill and likes to cut loose from time to time when he isn’t taking care of his patients.”

You should get into the Facebook comments. Most are like, “I want that dentist to get into My Feelings, and did I mention ‘My Feelings’ is what I call my crotch.” What desperate, hard-up, thirsty hos, getting all tingled up over a dude just because he’s got muscles, is hot, is a rich dentist and did some moves on Facebook. Pathetic! And yes I’m about to use one hand to book a Southwest flight to South Carolina on my computer while using the other hand to call Dr. Rich’s office for an emergency appointment.

(Note comment: I know Disqus is fucking up for some of you, but my technical team is on it and trying to fix it. And yes, my technical team consists of my half-blind 16-year-old dog.)

Pic: Facebook

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