Very Serious And Important Journalist Accidentally Tweets Open Hentai Porn Tab


Kurt Eichenwald’s Twitter bio describes him as “Contributing editor, Vanity Fair; senior writer, Newsweek; MSNBC Contributor, New York Times bestselling author.” Nowhere in his bio does it mention being an aficionado of the Japanese cartoon pornography known as hentai.

You’ll have to pay close attention to his actual tweets to discern that fact.

You see, Kurt did some god-tier self-owning today when he tweeted a picture of some anti-Semitic tract he’d received, only to inadvertently broadcast that he had a hentai tab open in the background.

 

 

 

 

Don’t squint too hard; this says “B-Chiku, English, Uncensored.” You’ll have to do a Google search yourself if you’d like to know what that particular title looks like. Break is a family-friendly site.

As you may imagine, Twitter went INSANE following the realization.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Of, course, someone with Kurt’s journalism background knows how to handle a scandal like this: dig yourself in as deep as possible:

 

 

Kurt then walked away from his computer, presumably for a quick trip to the hentai emporium, assuming Twitter would have moved on by the time he returned. It had not.  

Hey, at least he has a sense of humor about the whole thing.

Which is why it’s a shame he blocked this guy: his reply was so funny.

 



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