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People Can't Stop Writing 'Wreck Me Daddy' On The Sara Lee Instagram Account

On the most recent episode of 'Saturday Night Live', guest host Harry Styles featured in a sketch as a dejected social media manager.

Styles, who was on the show as both the host and musical guest, played a confused social media manager named Dylan who was pulled into a meeting and confronted about his questionable work ethic.

In the sketch, Dylan's bosses -- played by Cecily Strong and Bowen Yang -- pulled up a few examples of curious behaviours from the @saraleebread account which is the very real handle of the very real Sara Lee Instagram account.

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"Why did Sara Lee comment on this picture of Nick Jonas saying 'Wreck me, daddy'?" Strong's character asks in the already iconic sketch. "And then comment again a month later with 'Destroy me, king'."

Dylan's accidental mixing of his personal and professional accounts also extends to the captions he was creating. Under a pic of some of Sara Lee's Texas Toast, the caption read: "Feeling really depressed after threesome. What was supposed to be a fantasy ended up more rejection. Must get rid of toxic in community."

The sketch quickly caught on, going viral on Twitter with Sara Lee trending on Twitter in the United States.

Another unforeseen circumstance of the undeniably great sketch is that fans of Sara Lee, threesomes and 4 am poppers highs have started posting comments on the real Sara Lee Instagram account.

After the page was flooded with requests to spit in people's mouths and to "get rid of toxic in the community", several people reported that Sara Lee's account was deleting sexual comments and had also removed commenting on their posts.

Currently commenting is enabled again and, well you can guess exactly how that's going.

As for Yang -- who co-wrote the sketch with comedian Julio Torres -- he tweeted, "Very very very sorry to everyone @SaraLeeDesserts".

The 'New York Post' reached out to Bimbo Bakeries USA who own Sara Lee which said the sketch "doesn't align with Sara Lee Bread's brand" and added, "we all know 'SNL' pushes the envelope for laughs and we are taking it in stride".

Featured image: NBC.