Everyone is coming together this holiday season…. to roast another Peloton commercial.
Nothing says “maybe you should lose a few pounds” like gifting your already rail thin life partner a Peloton pic.twitter.com/E2M9gFdD5A
— Siraj Hashmi (@SirajAHashmi) December 2, 2019
Back to the Peloton commercial. They barely tried to make it real. Look at the outdoor views. Tall trees in the winter, then a House suddenly pops up in the spring? And, holy shit, the trees are now a bush in the fall. And they move the damn thing to the basement? With that view? pic.twitter.com/q67ibvuYtg
— Sam Stein (@samstein) December 2, 2019
I’m gonna marry the peloton wife and let her do whatever she wants and bake her garlic bread every night and give her scarves for Christmas
— Sophia Benoit (@1followernodad) December 2, 2019
Look I don’t want to be “The Peloton Ad Guy” anymore but the newest commercial about the vlogging 116 lb woman’s YEARLONG fitness journey to becoming a 112 lb woman who says “I didn’t realize how much this would change me” is just ri-god-damn-diculous. Come on.
— Clue Heywood (@ClueHeywood) November 25, 2019
WIFE: A surprise Christmas present? Oh my God, is it a Peloton??
ME [duct-taping a Microsoft Zune to a CitiBike I stole from a German tourist]: Absolutely
— Jason O. Gilbert (@gilbertjasono) December 2, 2019
We all need to treasure the things that bring us together as a nation, as a people. Collectively hating on this Peloton ad is that thing. pic.twitter.com/UQtUU4CCQt
— Renee Klahr (@reneeklahr) December 2, 2019
the lady in the peloton ad is already toned and fit in the “before” part, making it very hard to believe she would be nervous about a basic spin class. (tho that’s probably the least weird thing about the ad)
— Erin Griffith (@eringriffith) December 2, 2019
Wait hold on.
The Peloton commercial is a guy giving his wife a bike, and she filmed herself using the bike (and waking up to use the bike?) and then they watched those videos of her working out as a family on their TV after? What?
— Dan Rubenstein (@DanRubenstein) December 1, 2019
A peloton bike cost $2,245. Thats 4 years of a gym membership that costs $50 a month. And all you are getting is cardio
— Patrick Simpson (@_PatrickSimpson) December 2, 2019
I want the Peloton ad where someone piles clothes on it for a year and takes pictures of the pile’s growth and feels just fine about it
— BUM CHILLUPS (@edsbs) December 2, 2019
My Twitter feed is really mad about the Peloton ad.
My Facebook feed hasn’t mentioned the Peloton ad.
My Instagram feed wants a Peloton bike for Christmas.
— katie rosman (@katierosman) December 2, 2019
No offense to the Peloton lady but if your Christmas gift to me is just a video of you using the Christmas gift I got you last year then you’re not getting another Christmas present from me again
— Pete Blackburn (@PeteBlackburn) December 3, 2019
The only way to enjoy that Peloton ad is to think of it as the first minute of an episode of Black Mirror
— Jess Dweck (@TheDweck) December 2, 2019
I get that the Peloton ad has generated some feelings, but I’ll never, ever get over the holiday commercials in which one person surprises his/her spouse with a $30K car without even a hint of discussion.
— Lesley Messer (@lesleymesser) December 3, 2019
All I want for Christmas is a Peloton bike in a multi-million dollar house with 35 foot windows, two brand new Lexuses out front with gigantic red bows, while I open a jewelry box for my wife while we are decked out in beige and black Banana Republic outfits.
— Jeremy Jojola (@jeremyjojola) December 2, 2019