The prime ministers of Britain and Canada insist that taking off their shirts to bare muscled and hairy chests was only a joke at a recent meeting.
Mr. Putin, meanwhile, has suggested he be photographed bare-chested and flexing his right bicep while studying papers at the desk in his office.
He also said, "With leaders like these, these countries don't need to worry about having sufficient quantity of dung for the spring."
Psychologists have weighed in that a massive wave of brawling and rancor is sweeping the globe at this time, “in keeping with the human tendency to blow its top.”
Normally, however, such behavior is confined to baseball games, carnival cruises with ballrooms, and local bars in a neighborhood.
Political theorize that “the ultimate popper” is nuclear war as a possibility from today's tensions, particularly over Ukraine.
Pushing the nuclear button could follow the raised middle finger, as with Bojo's and Trudeau's “joking” that Putin's “toxic masculinity” requires a symbolism of their own.
Dark, wavy hair implant specialists have been sniffing eagerly at the possibility the two prime ministers are serious.
A tag team match has also been dangled, in which lookalikes would be positioned to represent each team.
Pre-match photo ops would feature a display of biceps and chest hair for each side, accompanied by the four opponents doing push-ups.
Overall, the globe is excited at this prospect of a kick-boxing tag team match between the major opponents lining up for World War III at this time.
The New York Times will ask readers for their opinions on whether, via “a limited nuclear war,” thirty-five million deaths in the US would be worth it in a contest with The Russian Menace.
This was the number of casualties in the US bandied about in the early 1960's, during the confrontation between Kennedy and Khrushchev over missiles in Cuba at that time.
Expansion of NATO and Ukraine as a bulwark for western wishes, led by the intrepid Zelensky, is foremost on the globalist program at this time.
A conference of world leaders, upcoming, will devote at least one full day's session to accumulating insults that can be hurled at other world leaders.
Suggestions can be mailed in, with prizes for top selections also possible.
Mr. Johnson is apparently considering one particular insult to apply to Mr. Putin:
“I love what you have done to your hair. How did you get it to come out of your nose like that?”