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Why a photo of a dog in a bikini is not a good one to send to a friend

This photo has been seen more than 10,000 times and shared more than 8,000,000 ways, including by the Washington Post, The New York Times, CNN, The Washington Post and dozens of other outlets.

The photo is taken by photographer Justin Otero in the Pacific Northwest.

It’s been seen by nearly 20 million people on social media, according to the company that owns the photo.

The caption of the photo reads: This is my new dog.

In the photo, a man in a red shirt, jeans and a baseball cap is standing in the middle of a field, holding a sign that says: Don’t tell anyone.

He is not wearing a bikini.

The woman, who appears to be a woman, wears a skimpy bikini top and a white top with the words: I want to be your best friend.

She is in the foreground.

The man is wearing a gray jacket and dark sunglasses.

Oterotas photo caption says: A picture of a man sitting on a beach holding a poster saying: I want to BE YOUR BEST FRIEND, while a woman is in a bathing suit is a terrible one to share with your bestie.

I don’t want to know who you are.

The Post posted the photo to Twitter and Facebook.

In a statement, the company said: We have been receiving hundreds of photos, comments and messages asking us to take down the image.

“It is our understanding that the image was posted to social media by an individual with a known propensity for sharing inappropriate photos and images that show women in a sexually suggestive manner.

We do not condone the sharing of any images or any content on the social media platforms that were created with the express intent of demeaning or demeasing women.

We will work with our partners to remove this content from the site.

Oterotos photo caption reads: This is my dog.

I am proud of this photo.

He does not have a bikini top or swim trunks.

On Facebook, the caption reads, “This photo is very inappropriate and does not reflect our values as a company.

We are committed to maintaining an inclusive environment and have zero tolerance for hate speech and inappropriate images.

“On Twitter, the post read: We’re sorry for this image.

We’ve taken down it.

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