They say "a picture is worth a thousand words." And many of those nowadays are really funny, racy and sexually suggestive.

A few days ago, Vanity Fair published an interview with actor Michael B. Jordan and director Ryan Coogler. They've collaborated on two films now — "Creed" and "Fruitvale Station." But, as an official picture of Jordan and Coogler (shown above) from the Vanity Fair interview circulated online, a lot of funny remarks followed.

The image of Jordan with his hand on Coogler's head drew crude sexual and hilarious remarks from online posters and commenters on more than one Facebook page. When celebrity gossip blogger B. Scott, who runs LoveBScott, posted it on his Facebook, it garnered almost 300 comments, many of them enjoyable.

Most spoke about their problem with the pose, saying the pose seemed emasculating and effeminate.

"No self respecting heterosexual males pose like this naturally," one commenter wrote, which is true. Now, one can't help ask if Jordan did the same post or put those same hands on the other directors he worked with? Did Jordan applied the same pose to director Josh Trank, which was the reason why he got the a role in the "Fantastic Four" reboot?

Here are some of the more dominant comments:

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