When Robin’s thumb goes up, the b-holes of blonde club tricks cringe.
Canadian-American anal fissure Robin Thicke (yes, Canada, we’re only claiming half of him) is out there whoring that album he made to get Paula Patton back (aka the album he made after he and Paula Patton decided to fake break-up and use that fake break-up to sell an entire album of “get back” songs. They’ll follow it up with a “reunion album” and hopefully they follow that album up with an album full of the cries and screams they’ll let out when the earth swallows them whole, because it’s sick of their shit). To whore out his STUNT QUEEN album, Robin is doing a Q&A on Twitter today and yesterday, Vh1, asked hos to submit their questions to the half-melted suppository in aviators to #AskThicke. It’s not going well for Vh1, but it’s going SO WELL for all of us.
Just like the beautiful #AskDraya fiasco, Twitter took #AskThicke, wiped their assholes with it and immediately gave it back to Robin. They asked Robin about his rapey lyrics, his stalking of Paula Patton and what it’s like being the human equivalent of a tampon dipped in AXE. Twitter abused the fuck out of him, but honestly, he was asking for it and it would’ve never happened if he didn’t dress like a slut.
Some of the greatest hits of #AskThicke are after the jump and I fell into a coffin at the Ken Doll one. What a wonderful Canada Day gift!
Is your next 'hit' just a lyric sheet, with a Rohypnol Sellotaped to it? #AskThicke
— TittyBiscuits. (@dawneywawney) July 1, 2014
On a scale of R. Kelly to Phil Spector, how do you intend to "Get Her Back?" #AskThicke
— Rachel McKibbens (@RachelMcKibbens) June 30, 2014
— Jamie DMJ (@JamieDMJ) July 1, 2014
— Jamie DMJ (@JamieDMJ) June 30, 2014
— Luke James (@lukejamesbgn) June 30, 2014
Did Paula make you take your messenger bike with you? #askthicke
— Fif Jericho (@OneFiftyOne) June 30, 2014
Which Axe Body Spray scent did you use to seduce the women you cheated on your wife with? #AskThicke
— Blake Spires (@RealFakeBlake) June 30, 2014
#AskThicke Do you watch the world cup, or is the goal line too blurred for you to watch a match fairly? If the ref says no, is it a goal?
— Tom Mudge (@TomMudge1) July 1, 2014
#AskThicke If a train leaves Glasgow at 5pm at 100mph, another leaves Bristol at 6pm at 110mph how quickly can you stand in front of one?
— Tom Bell (@tombellforever) July 1, 2014
It really is a beautiful thing when Twitter gathers together to take a #caca on Robin Thicke’s head.