Ashley Benson confirms she's dating Cara Delevingne with dirty Instagram comment
Some people confirm they're dating someone by changing their Facebook status to "In A Relationship." And those people are totally lame. The cool way to confirm you're dating someone is to post a dirty sexual comment on Instagram, like Ashley Benson and Cara Delevingne.
The two supermodels-turned-superactresses have had a budding romance since May. Previously, Cara was linked to Paris Jackson, but then she was spotted leaving a Lauryn Hill concert with Ashley. Apparently, Ashley had "that thing, that thing, that thi-i-ing." A few days later, Cara popped up on Ashley's Instagram page in a blurry car selfie. Where are they driving? Each other crazy with love!
A few days later, Ashley posted a photo of her, Cara and another friend in an elevator. Who's the friend? Who cares? The point is, Cara and Ashley were together, which started quite the scuttlebutt. (Scuttlebutt means gossip, I'm trying to bring it back.) The couple were spotted together in a few more photos with friends, partying in New York and LA.
However, social media stalkers suspected they were more than friends when Ashley started wearing a necklace with Cara's initials. And they grew pretty confident with that assumption when Ashley and Cara were spotted making out at Heathrow Airport. What's more, in the photos, Ashley is still wearing the gold necklace with Cara's initials. Is Heathrow Airport is the most romantic place in the world, or is this couple dating?
Today Ashley confirmed the couple is dating by posting a flirtatious comment on Cara's Instagram photo. Under a sexy picture of Cara, Ashley wrote, "Mine." Then added, "I can see your," and added three sushi emojis. According to Urban Dictionary, sushi means 1) "a Japanese dish made with a lump of rice and sweetened vinegar wrapped around a vegetable slice, or a fish slice;" and 2) "a shaved vagina." I think we all know what Ashley meant.
At the time Ashley posted this comment, the couple was promoting their new movie at the Toronto International Film Festival. It's called Her Smell, which sounds a little awkward, after spending all this time talking about sushi emojis, doesn't it.
According to the IMDB, Her Smell is about, "a self-destructive punk rocker [who] struggles with sobriety while trying to recapture the creative inspiration that led her band to success." The movie also stars Elisabeth Moss, who you know from Mad Men, A Handmaid's Tale and Scientology meetings. Apparently, working on this movie brought Cara and Ashley closer together.
So, if you're dating someone and want to make it Instagram official, feel free to post a dirty comment. A lot of the emojis double as sexual innuendos. We already covered sushi. There's also eggplants, hot dogs, tacos, doughnuts - none of these icons are as innocent as you think. I mean, come on, who buys eggplants? I doubt anyone who use that emoji ever meant eggplant. Anyway, thanks for the receipts, Ashley.