“Oh god, I wish I did not know about this.” Excuse this man – this man Nicholas Braun, who Vanity Fair just had to ask about the curious press release that landed in inboxes Thursday afternoon, which Follow-up the press rained down ahead of the show’s third season premiere on Sunday.
In a touch of PR piggyback cunning, CamSoda introduced, a livestreaming platform that has already marketed sex toys that delight users according to the rise and fall of their bitcoin stock, Greg the Egg. The adult toy connects to a user’s streamed content via BlueTooth, and when Cousin Greg enters the chat, you’re ready.
And we quote:
The love and admiration for cousin Greg has reached a height of fever. He’s everyone’s favorite character on Succession. Since becoming so popular, he has become an internet-driven sex symbol. Even Tom knows that. He said you can not get a Tomelet without Greggs. We here at CamSoda would give people the opportunity to have an orgasm for cousin Greg while he adorns them with his presence every Sunday night this fall. So we developed ‘Greg the Egg – cast’ to just make succession a sex session.
CamSoda is not entirely wrong even if they do in the wrong thing. (It does not appear that “Cousin Greg” has necessarily given consent to play the lead role in “Sex Session.”) Gregless Greg is one of the few Roy or Roy adjacents who may have a capacity for love; everyone else on Follow-up is deep inside self-love, but not that kind. And Braun has a lasting moment, or more moments, beyond Follow-up– he’s currently filming Kat person (based on the viral New Yorker short story) and soon takes a turn as Adam Neumann in a limited series on WeWork, which he also produces.
Braun says “a friend” forwarded him the release, prior to his press conference for Follow-up. “I think, uh … Is that a compliment?” He told VF, sounds partly repulsive and partly as if he was surprised to accept this sexual Emmy. “It’s such an intimate thing to do with yourself – or with another person attending or watching. So the fact that Follow-up and Greg can be in mind when it goes on, it’s not something that any of us expected. ”
Braun does not know what the toy looks like (“and maybe I do not want to?”), But we told him we would investigate. And we did.
It’s actually not a toy; it’s a free technology that allows any Lovense “teledildonic” to sync with audio – not unlike your Sonos and iTunes, but very horny and duly specific. In addition to crypto, the company has created triggered vibrations for the World Series and Super Bowl.
Greg, says a spokesman for CamSoda, is “America’s girlfriend and has captured many hearts across social media. Just scroll through Twitter Sunday night and you will see people craving him. We thought this would be a nice compliment to people’s infatuation with him. The company considered Siobhan matings as well as Roman’s sexual perversions and inclinations, but “ultimately landed on Greg.”
Braun himself pondered the idea of ”a Logan-based vibrator, stimulator … that’s a whole other thing” – BDSM? – before landing on gratitude. “Thanks to everyone who invented this.”
Imagine it as a Greg voiceover: The egg is being laid …? Suddenly, “Successionhead” takes on a whole new meaning.
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