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This is generally what happens when you let the bible belt and the uk`s daily mail readers online.

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The people who complain are either gays or have flat ass.

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I can see the point of the other side; there's a time and place for this, and I don't think a corporate twitter account was it.

Only reason I write this is because you all sound like *******s...

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i can say this, but not asus. unprofessional.

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Unprofessional, but so what? Plenty of companies stamp all over professional boundaries via social networks to give their company a 'personal touch'.

I can see why people are up in rage about it, but it doesn't mean they're right.

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Bitches seem to hate compliments...

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Sounds more like someone didn't realize what they were posting in the photo and were just talking about the laptop. If there's an outcry over this people need a reality check.

It's tough to say, but I think I agree with you. I've seem comments made like this in the past that wasn't meant the way it sounded. It's not an uncommon thing. lol

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Maybe it is time to ban fat, ugly people from posting on Twitter.

The end of Twitter as we all know it. :rofl:

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Unprofessional, but so what? Plenty of companies stamp all over professional boundaries via social networks to give their company a 'personal touch'.

I can see why people are up in rage about it, but it doesn't mean they're right.

A-freaking-men

This is the 21st century. Joe average wants a company that understands them, not cold sterile corporate speak.

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Nothing wrong with the comment per se, but company's should be a little more careful about what they post.

Leave 'cheeky' innuendo to individuals.

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