Open Post: Hosted By Ryan Reynolds Blowing Hard For His Company

June 6, 2019 / Posted by:

The Fyre Festival may have fucked over all those people in the Bahamas, but it sure is the gift that keeps giving to us North Americans. Blow Job KingAndy King, let us know that his antics in the Fyre Festival documentary by Netflix would lead to advertising campaigns and here is the first one. Andy appears in an ad for Ryan Reynolds‘ Aviation Gin and it’s deeply inspired by Andy and is all about blowing things for your company. I am jealous. I would LOVE to be Ryan Reynold’s Blow Job King.

“How far would you go for your company?” is the theme of Ryan’s new commercial. He tells us that he loved Aviation Gin so much that he bought the company and decided to put himself to work. The company became the fastest growing gin in the world and Ryan needed to keep up, and he started working even harder. So when Aviation suggested making a signature bottle, Ryan:

“Committed to blowing every single bottle personally.”

The commercial is a commercial within a commercial and the first part shows Ryan demonstrating his blowing skills. Andy, who is watching the ad in a bar, then orders himself an Aviation Gin because Ryan clearly understands what it means to get down and dirty for your company when you got work to do and it’s the eleventh hour. Shower, mouthwash, check your shame at the door: ready.

The ad features long shots of Ryan’s well-muscled arms making each bottle himself in a workshop–sweat glistening as he uses his expert techniques to blow the glass into the perfect shape. It definitely made me want to jerk off buy Aviation Gin.

Enjoy Ryan’s blowing skills below and keep your eyes peeled for Andy’s next dick-sucking-themed advertising campaign:

Pic: YouTube

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