The gay “sugar snap peas” are now being marketed as gay “gay sugar daddies” because of a trend that has been growing online.
The gay “toys” are marketed as “gay” because they come in a variety of shapes and colors, and come packaged with rainbow stickers.
A gay “baby doll” is also being sold as “baby gay,” but its name and description are clearly not a reference to a sexual orientation.
The trend is also gaining momentum on social media, with people posting photos of the “gay baby doll” and asking the company to “stop the marketing of this disgusting product.”
The trend was sparked by an image posted by the company on Twitter in which a baby doll is packaged with the words “gay daddy” on it.
It was captioned with a picture of a pink, heart shaped “sugary snap peas.”
The caption also included a picture that included the words, “safer for your little gay baby.”
A representative for the company confirmed to Newsweek that the “suck my dick” stickers were part of the marketing campaign.
“We have a range of products in our stores, which includes sweet snap peas and sugar snap daddys, so when you see these stickers in our store, you know that we don’t endorse these products,” the rep told Newsweek.
The company says the “sweet snap peas,” which are made with sugar snap, are an “easy, quick way to satisfy your sweet tooth.”
The gay baby doll has also been sold online, and a website has been created called “Gay Sugar Daddies.”
The company, which was founded in 2005, has had a positive online response, with more than 2.6 million followers on Instagram and 1.2 million on Facebook.