TonyTigerGate

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The TonyTigerGate was an epic lolfest going about on Twitter of some hashtag trend: TonyTigerGate being spread around of a "scandal" surrounding by the massive blocking of a twitter account named "@RealTonyTiger", the official twitter account for Tony The Tiger brand of Kellogg's breakfast cereal, in response to furfags and other users on Twitter raiding the account on the demand of requests of wanting to see Tony The Tiger's dick at the corporate account. Research states that members of the furry fandom were responsible of the whole raiding back in November of 2015. Maybe Tony the Tiger wasn't that bad of a cereal mascot after all. It just shows that Furries themselves just get sadder and sadder everyday. But you're probably wondering on how this all even started, of thirsty basement dwellers on a shitty social media site with no lives whatsoever wanting to see a fictional tiger's penis. Oh, the lolz for this one is just the touch here. There's more than just "blocking."

Birth of Tony The Tiger's "Official" Twitter Account[edit]

HOLY SHIT! I KNEW HE WAS REAL!

The twitter account for the mascot of Kellogg's Frosted Flakes: Twitter-favicon.png realtonytiger was launched on July 30th, 2013, but didn’t post its first tweet until September 18th of that year which simply read “Hello Twitter.” Since then, the account has tweeted hundreds of messages in character of Tony the Tiger, including many promotional posts about Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes-brand cereal and enthusiastic statements about sports seasons. The mascot character itself is officially known as Tony Jr., the second generation Tony the Tiger and son of the first Tony. Wikipedia Favicon.png Tony_the_Tiger#History And thus, after that. Every furfag's wet delusional dream of speaking with a fictional anthropomorphic tiger came true. The end. There's nothing much else for you to read. That's it. Just kidding. There's still more than that. You were hear for the epic lolz that was promised.

One Year Later[edit]

Ever since the fictional tiger's Twitter account was made, many lonely virgins started to send demands and requests of wanting to see Tony The Tiger's dick as early as in July 2014. I wish that us people here were kidding with this one. This shit here went down for real. Four months later on November 4th, 2015. Faggots from the Gawker Media started to pick up on the enormous flooding of messages being tweeted by furfags demanding to see naked photos of some anthropomorphic tiger. Which then gave them an idea to highlight the massive lolz going on by posting an article entitled: Archive today-ico.png "Tony the Tiger Can’t Tweet Without Furries Begging Him for Sex." Even fags from reddit found out about the article, and posted it on the r/justneckbeardthings subreddit. Where it managed to get over 300 upvotes in the following few months. Which is highly ironic for the title itself, seeing that most shitheads from Reddit ARE a bunch of neckbeard virgins that can't even get a girlfriend irl. The next day after the article was leaked onto the internetz, several other money grubbing websites also ran similar articles focused on the messages being sent, including Bustle, [1] Death And Taxes (you know. that site that exists). [2] And lastly, jews from The Daily Dot.[3]

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