DM'd An Ex In Paris

DM'd An Ex In Paris

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DM'd An Ex In Paris refers to a series of tweets mocking a tweet by popular alt-right figure Gavin McInnes in which he included a screenshot of a message from his ex-girlfriend in Paris sent in response to McInnes sending her sent a direct message that read "what the fuck have you idiots done?" McInnes was referring to the country's election of centrist Emmanuel Macron over far-right candidate Marine Le Pen in the 2017 French Presidential Election. The ex responded by shaming him and insulting him. Twitter users mocked the tweet by including various images and humorous text messages with the text "DM'd an ex in Paris. This was her response."


Late at night on May 8th, 2017, Gavin McInnes[1] tweeted "DM'd an ex in Paris, "What the fuck have you idiots done?" She said this," followed by a screenshot of part of the ex-girlfriend's message. Though part of the message is cut off, what is visible reads "You must feel very alienated from a lot of people in your past. I'm at a loss as to how I was ever with someone like you. It's something I'm ashamed of. Your family and wife must be proud. Vive la France." McInnes' tweet gained 717 replies, 440 retweets, and over 1,800 likes. (Shown below.)

Gavin McInnes @Gavin Mclnnes Follow DM'd an ex in Paris, "What the f--- have you diots done?" She said this, hatred. You must feel very alienated from a lot of people in your past. I'm at a loss as to how I was ever with someone like vou It's something I'm ashamed of, Your


The tweet was immediately mocked on Twitter for having the opposite of it's apparent intended effect of making McInnes' ex-girlfriend look irrational. User and television critic @seantcollins[2] had one of the top replies to the tweet, gaining 65 retweets and over 2,700 likes by simply asking, "You really have no idea what a gigantic loser you are, do you?" The parodies of McInnes' tweet started shortly after. User @pblest[3] tweeted one of the first with a picture of an caricature of a French person, gaining 9 retweets and over 120 likes (shown below).

Paul Blest @pblest FollowV just dm'd an ex in paris RETWEETSLIKES 9 129

By morning of May 9th, the tweet had inspired dozens of parodies, which earned coverage from The Daily Dot,[4] Salon,[5] Paste,[6] and Twitter Moments.[7]

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DM'd an ex in Paris, "What the f--- have you idiots done?" She said this Mark Apr 5 (10 days ago) to I figure if I'm going to be within shooting distance of you, I better try some diplomacy before l arrive I know this is all crazy for you, it's all crazy for me, and it's double crazy for Laura, who is the person I'm trying to protect and accommodate most of all in this process. People fall in love and people fall out of love and love changes all the time, but rarely for one person do they have so many things to consider, so many people to love, give attention to, and please as Laura does It's also rare to come across the one person you truly believe you're meant to be with, and not only have her married and with kids to boot, but also 2000 miles away in another sovereign nation. This isn't a fling or a tryst or an affair, it's two people being bowled over by discovering a deep wellspring of powerful emotions, and a connection that they never thought possible. I don't covet Laura, want to make her mine alone, or steal her away as much as I want to find any way possible to be in her light and warmth, and to nurture her, protect her, and grow with her, for me, and everyone else, as much as I can I don't judge people, ever. Laura doesn't badmouth you, you're not some loser guy we scheme against in our private conversations Through everything she's shown that she loves you deeply and wants to continue a large portion of the life you've built together with Asa, but also explore and grow in other ways. It was hard for me to accept at first too, but I've done so, because again, she's just that god damned incredible a human being So yeah. That's where we are. I don't expect or anticipate a response, our relationship can be as distant or as friendly as we want going forward, when things are settled and comfortable and people adjusted. Life is crazy, and hard, but most unfair of all, short, and these connections and emotions don't reveal themselves every day, it'd be so self-damaging not to pursue it, it's a thought I can't even tolerate, and I think you'll find Laura feels the same way, and what's more will have the chance to grow and explore in other ways that she can share with everyone she loves Thanks for reading, Mark Just DM'd an ex in Paris. This was his response The original premise of the show was that, during a midlife crisis, Sgt. Garner Ellerbee (Gregory Alan Williams), who was the resident police officer of Baywatch since the beginning of the series, decides to quit his job as a police officer and form a detective agency. Mitch Buchannon (David Hasselhoff), his friend from Baywatch, joins to support him and they are, in turn, joined by a detective named Ryan McBride (Angie Harmon). Singer Lou Rawls, who starred in the first season, performed the series theme song, "After the Sun Goes Down," alongside David Hasselhoff. Rawls played the role of Lou Raymond, owner of the nightclub where the detective agency rented their office. Midway into the first season, the show added two new cast members: (Eddie Cibrian and Donna D'Errico). During the second season, facing slipping ratings which were never as good as the original series, the producers decided to switch to a science fiction format (inspired by the success of The X-Files). Gregory Alan Williams left the series and was replaced by Dorian Gregory as Diamont Teague, a paranormal expert. The new format did not help the series and it was canceled after the second season. The character Donna Marco was later carried over to the original Baywatch series afterwards. just DM'd an ex in Paris. this was his response LEI CAPITALISM GIF DM'd an ex in Paris, "What the f--- have you idiots done?" She said this, Please stop calling me your ex. I'm your mother and we never dated. DM'd an ex in Paris, "What the f--- have you idiots done?" She said this, I personally follow the 'many worlds' interpertaion under string theory. 'Many worlds' states that there are an infinite number of worlds, or dimensions, or universes realities, or planes, or whätever you want to call them. Theres a world exactly like this one, except your computer has a blue off switch. Theres a wold in which you are the oposite gender Theres a world where Digimon 01 happened exactly like it did in the show Theres a world where digimon happened but Tai had a different digimon partner, Theres a world where Sailor Moon happened There a world where The Shining happened Absolutely everything happens, somehwere. Anything you can think of The guy who worte digimon imgined it out of his head, but no matter what he imagined, no matter what YOU imagin, there is a world where it happens. DM'd an ex in Paris, "What the f--- have you idiots done?" She said this, Shanley @shanley Don't have deep psychosexual Freudian and Oedipal trauma/ dysfunction? Good for you. Stop appropriating "Daddy".

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