Whenever Charlie Sheen speaks; whenever Terry Richardson takes a photo; whenever Amanda Bynes sends a tweet, there is a 95% chance that the results will be totes inappropes – totally inappropriate. Like President Clinton’s “relations” with Monica Lewinsky. Or any film made with the involvement of Harmony Korine.
As well as being a great way of finding out which celebrities can’t punctuate worth a damn, Twitter is also a festering hive mind of inappropes sentiments. If someone in the public eye dies, gets arrested, or – better yet – caught in flagrante delicto with a sex worker, said website will gorge on the news like a starving man sinking his teeth into the flesh of a freshly roasted suckling pig. There follows a churning miasma of puns, quips, and droll one-liners. Inappropres, perhaps, but great for da lolz.
“I mean, he used to be her teacher – it’s totes inappropes.”