Kendall Jenner Gets Hacked, Tweets Are Predictably Sex-Shamey
The Debrief: It looks like we all need to up our prank game a bit...
Your friend’s just walked away from their computer/phone/laptop and they’re still logged in to Twitter/Facebook/Instagram/whatever. What do you do? Do you surreptitiously delete a couple of her close friends? Do you change her school to something ludicrous like ‘Eton Boys’ School’ or ‘the skool of lyfe’ or do you do a status change?
While all the fun can be had in telling the tiniest of white lies on what’s sadly now called a ‘frape’, lots of people decide on the speedy and attention-grabbing status-change.
And of all the things people want to change it to, it’s so commonly either ‘I’m doing a nice big poo’ or ‘I’m gay’ or something equally childish, like a suggestion their fanny smells or something.
And that’s exactly what happened when someone hacked Kendall Jenner’s Twitter.
Tweets said, ‘My dad got the sex change, he’s officially a woman now, we can finally have lesbian sex #sweg Confirmed from @ThyClerk and @fuckcynical.’
‘#sweg’ is basically ‘swag’ but a bit trendier and the rest is an idiotic attempt at a lol, conjuring up some bigoted fantasy and basically refusing to leave both Bruce Jenner and the sex lives of his children (who are barely out of childhood) alone, eg, ‘Just got done slobbing on @JustinBieber’s nob #SloppyToppy #KKK.’
The tweets have since been deleted without any comment from Kendall, and the two accounts @ThyClerk and @fuckcynical have been deleted, too, reports Bossip.
But what remains is the fact that pranks everywhere are going to be reduced to some person’s Facebook status being changed to, ‘I love bumming,’ or, ‘I’ve got a baggy fanny.’
As lol as the toilet humour ones can be, it’s a shame that so many pranks are done in such an obvious way, a way that has more to do with making that person seem sexually unsuitable (even though the standard for what is sexually suitable seems awfully narrow) than making people actually laugh.
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