Apparently Donnie Wahlberg was having a case of the Mondays, so much so that he got into a fight with himself on Twitter.
The two sides kept us entertained until they decided to "twug" it out. Aw, a happy ending.
Note: Donnie didn't use the cleanest language in his tweets. Reader beware.
It all started around 2 p.m. when the "Blue Bloods" actor acknowledged an earlier typo.
Then he apologized to himself -- but it wasn't over. Donnie No. 2 fired back with a "Rise&Grind" reference to Donnie No. 1's popular morning motivational tweets.
After that quip, Donnie No. 1 decided: no more Mr. Nice Guy.
We started wondering if this was a left versus right brain debate right about here:
Donnie No. 1 continued to keep it PG.
But after a simple exclamation point from Donnie No. 2, the timid No. 1 fought back. The other side chimed in moments later.
@DonnieWahlberg asshole!— Donnie Wahlberg (@DonnieWahlberg) December 9, 2013
@DonnieWahlberg jerk!— Donnie Wahlberg (@DonnieWahlberg) December 9, 2013
Things started to get emotional at 2:13 p.m.
Donnie No. 1 tried to calm the storm.
And finally, at 2:14, an apology was issued from Donnie No. 2.
Donnie No. 1 joined in on the apology party.
And with a twug, problems were solved.
Except, apparently, Donnie No. 1 favors a different New Kid on the Block.
Once everything was put back together, Donnie retweeted a couple of fans who showed their praise for the Dorchester native.
@DonnieWahlberg you twugged yourself. In public, no less. ROFL— Kelly (@Kelly_Herself) December 9, 2013
@DonnieWahlberg LOL!!Glad you guys made up ;) xoxoxo— stacey (@DDubMacLover_) December 9, 2013
With that, everything in the Wahlberg world is right again.
Maybe this Donnie dance move will help you fight your case of the Mondays.
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