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Paige Spiranac and Textile Dysfunction

Remember that absurdist advertisement from the apparel company in which Phil Mickelson was dancing? Or, rather, "dancing"? That company was Mizzen+Main, and they are back with a great new funny video, one featuring Paige Spiranac.

It's an ad for Mizzen+Main men's dress shirts, but it's also a parody of those Viagra, Cialis, Lavritra and other male, ahem, performance drugs. The ones that warn you to be on the lookout for a boner lasting more than four hours.

So in this video, Paige isn't trying to sell men on erectile dysfunction drugs, she's talking about ... textile dysfunction. Dress shirts just not fitting you well, not matching your style? You might have textile dysfunction.

Here is the Paige Spiranac/Mizzen+Main textile dysfunction ad:

That's pretty funny, especially the exaggerated slurping at the end. But we still prefer our Paige the old-fashioned way, rapping golf balls:

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