Dom Nader from the Bondi Hipster posing like Miranda Kerr

Dom Nader from the Bondi Hipster posing like Miranda Kerr Photo: Pat Stevenson/Facebook

You're not alone if you thought Miranda Kerr's shoot and accompanying interview for British GQ magazine was incredibly raunchy.

When bearded men recreate the feature, however, the results are a far cry from raunchy.

Which is entirely the point.

The Bondi Hipsters' Dom Nader poses exactly like Miranda Kerr.

The Bondi Hipsters' Dom Nader poses exactly like Miranda Kerr. Photo: Pat Stevenson/Facebook

Dom Nader and Adrian Archer (whose real names are Christiaan Van Vuuren and Nick Boshier respectively), aka the Bondi Hipsters, have done their own version of Kerr's shoot complete with the sexual quotes and lots of flesh.

The pair have developed a cult-like following for their previous parodies. This latest satire has also made its mark and the photos have been shared around the world since they were uploaded on Facebook on Friday.

The shots feature Nader and were directed by Archer. While the images mirror the originals almost exactly, the shots come out quite differently.

Miranda Kerr's original shot, with the Bondi Hipster version.

Miranda Kerr's original shot, with the Bondi Hipster version. Photo: Pat Stevenson/Facebook

“It's a little different when it's a mahn, isn't it?” said the accompanying caption, in their typical "Bondi hipster" affected tongue. “Sorry bout it.”

Keeping in character, Dom and Adrian shared their thinking behind the shoot.

What made you decided to recreate Miranda Kerr's GQ shoot?

Miranda Kerr's original sexy GQ photo, and the Bondi Hipster version.

Miranda Kerr's original sexy GQ photo, and the Bondi Hipster version. Photo: Pat Stevenson/Facebook

Adrian Archer: We wanted to show how women are over-sexualised in fashion, or that men are under-sexualised in fashion, or something like that ... Depends which way you look at it really.

Dom Nader: Adrian told me it would be good for my modelling career if I was to get totally naked.

Archer: Every model has to take that step one day ... It's just another rung on the ladder, Dom needed a little push.

Tell me a bit about the shoot. How did it feel to "bare all" and reveal your sex secrets?

 Archer: Dom handled the shoot really well, and he was so great and naturally sexy when it came to answering the questions.

Nader: I felt a bit dirty ... To be totally honest, I didn't actually have a wank on a bus ... Adrian just told me to say that, because it would sell magazines.

Why do you think shoots like this come across differently when they're done by men?

Archer: There is the obvious answer, in that women are over-sexualised ... But then there is the other angle, perhaps men are under-sexualised? Let's be frank, people are scared of masculinity ... That's why Jared Leto is actually a thing.

Nader: Because men are hairy?

Will you be doing more shoots like this?

Archer: Yeah totally.

Nader: No way.

The Bondi Hipster's aren't the first men to shine a light on the sometimes ridiculous nature of women's fashion shoots.

Jonah Hill, Seth Rogan, Paul Rudd and Jason Segal did a spoof of a Vanity Fair cover that originally featured Tom Ford, Scarlett Johansson and Keira Knightley. The shoot was actually done by Annie Leibovitz as a parody of her own 2006 Vanity Fair cover shot, for the magazine's comedy issue.

The photo shoot shows how bizarre some poses can be: Tom Ford leaning in to sniff Keira Knightley doesn't necessarily seem weird, until you see the version where Paul Rudd is sniffing Seth Rogan.

In 2010 the pranksters from Jackass recreated a famous Herb Ritts image for Rolling Stone , which was taken in 1989 and originally featuring Stephanie Seymour, Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington, Tatjana Patitz and Naomi Campbell. What is a beautiful and iconic image was instantly turned into something decidedly odd when the women were replaced with tattooed men clutching each other's naked bodies.