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Rosie the Riveter meets Breaking Bad

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Rosie the riveter is one the most iconic feminist images and isn't exactly associated with fictional meth dealers.

But, last night, that all changed as Aaron Paul, AKA Jesse Pinkman from Breaking Bad, posted up this image of Walter White aping Rosie's stance.

We don't know what this means, so we're going to try not to read anything into it, but who knows, maybe Walter will become a feminist icon after all.

(Image: instagram/glassofwhiskey)

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