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New Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Skin Sports Some Serious Bulge

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So. There’s a new operator skin available in Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2. It’s for Darnell “Hutch” Hutchinson, the techy operator that’s built like a freight train. That’s because he used to play college Football before his stint in the Marines. The skin leans into Hutch’s nerdy vocation with anime-themed weapons, a gun charm, a loading screen, and an emblem, all of which feature an anime-style fox.

It also gives Hutch a new skin that gives his headphones fox ears, a jersey-style t-shirt with fox logos, and tights. Really tight tights. Like, super tight. Practically see-through. And they leave absolutely nothing to the imagination.

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There's plenty to be said about the over-sexualization of women in video Games, which is still happening all the time. It's far less common to see men become the object of attention, but if this is how it's gonna play out, I'm 100 percent here for it.

Hutch Bulge Modern Warfare 2
via Reddit

Judging by the response on Reddit, I'm not the only one here for Foxy Hutch. "Bout damn time," notes one Reddit user. "Equal rights equal tights." The rest of the thread is less enthusiastic about equal rights and more enthusiastic about realistic anatomy, but at least someone threw an UwU in.

Let's ignore the elephant in those pants for just a moment to also note that Hutch has some significant quads. This is a guy that never skips legs day. We only got hints of Hutch's exercise regime in his regular skins, which are largely just standard Military fatigues (at least, around the crotch area), but these tights are providing us an all-access view into a very fine specimen. I'm not even going to get into those cannoNBAlls he's got on his arms.

If you actually go into the package (pun intended) in the Modern Warfare 2 store, you can twirl the Foxy skin around, and it’s less of an outline and more just the sort of bulge you’d get from a protective cup. But it’s still a very large protective cup judging by the dynamic shadows. Technology is just wonderful.

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