Miley Cyrus Offended Teddy Bears AND the Inventor of the Foam Hand

By Gary Cutlack on at

Children's charity the Teddy Bear Fund is the latest group to give Miley Cryus' live TV sex show the big furry thumbs down, claiming her stupidly sexual, idiotic tongue-lolling performance has disrespected teddy bears the world over.

A spokesbear for the the Teddy Bear Fund said: "Miley made a poor choice to use a universally loved children's teddy bear in an offensive way. There is always good art and bad art. Unfortunately, this was bad art. Hopefully she might consider reversing this situation by giving lots of teddy bears to children in need of comfort."

Of course, you could claim (as The Onion did amazingly well) that the Teddy Bear Fund is just as guilty as the rest of the world in trying to grab some attention for itself by writing the words "Miley Cyrus" and hoping millions of twerk-crazed internet men flood their servers looking for 1080p video imagery of her insane plastic pants dance.

Meanwhile, even the man credited with inventing the foam pointy finger has stepped in to voice disgust over Miley brandishing one to shield viewers from the full fury of her angry thrusting groin. Steve Chmelar, who originally created the foam finger in 1971, is quoted as saying: "She took an honorable icon that is seen in sporting venues everywhere and degraded it. Fortunately, the foam finger has been around long enough that it will survive this incident."

We suspect even the descendants of John Logie Baird and the many other inventors involved in creating the television set will soon move to distance themselves from the technology used to broadcast the poor lady's sex-themed meltdown. [Metro]

Image credit: Miley Cyrus 2013 VMA costume tutorial