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Some husbands might be intimidate or at very least unnerved by a photo of their wife standing between the legs of a martini-wielding naked man, but Ryan Reynolds (opens in new tab) is not one of them.
Blake Lively's (opens in new tab) latest Instagram (opens in new tab) post is exactly that. In the photo, which is a promotional shot for the actress' new movie A Simple Favor (opens in new tab), Blake wears a blue suit, complete with loosened and askew tie, while standing between the raised legs of a naked man who is lying on a kitchen counter. The man in question is the ripped AF Thomas "The Boxer" Canestraro (opens in new tab), who holds a martini while Blake holds his legs against her shoulders and looks straight at the camera as if to say, "What of it?"
"My turn... @asimplefavor," Blake captioned the picture, giving a photo credit shout out to photographer Tim Palen (opens in new tab).
Clearly, Ryan could not let this photo go without a public comment. Anyone familiar with Blake and Ryan's relationship (opens in new tab) should know the comment was not of the "OMG STAHP IT PLEASE, I AM JEALOUS" or even low-key shady variety though. Continuing the couple's longstanding history of hilarious and good-natured trolling (opens in new tab), the actor responded with a simple and perfect, "He seems nice." You can even imagine Ryan's delivery of the line.
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Blake and Ryan have been playfully trolling each other (opens in new tab) on social media for ages now, and their posts always prove just how secure they are in their marriage. Here are some highlights:
The time Blake wondered why Ryan doesn't look at her like he looks at Helen Mirren:
The time Blake trolled this Deadpool ad:
The time they went down an E-Harmony joke rabbit hole:
Never change, guys.
Kayleigh Roberts is a freelance writer and editor with more than 10 years of professional experience. Her byline has appeared in Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, ELLE, Harper’s Bazaar, The Atlantic, Allure, Entertainment Weekly, MTV, Bustle, Refinery29, Girls’ Life Magazine, Just Jared, and Tiger Beat, among other publications. She's a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.
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