As Twitchy reported some 18 hours ago, former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown early, early this morning engaged in what many suspected was a spate of drunk tweeting, the highlight of which was the breakaway hit, “Bqhatevwr.” Brown deleted the tweets and has yet to explain just what he was up to, but that hasn’t stopped #Bqhatevwr from hovering near the top of Twitter’s trending topics all day. America just can’t get enough of Bqhatevwr, whatever it is. We haven’t seen the T-shirts yet, which honestly is quite surprising. We have seen these, however.
— Scott Wooledge (@Clarknt67) January 26, 2013
— Obama Grief Council (@esposa_de_oliva) January 26, 2013
— Andrew Bussiere (@andrewrbussiere) January 27, 2013
— Wallace Ritchie (@WallaceRitchie) January 27, 2013
Should you experience a #bqhatevwr lasting more than 12 hours you should consult a physician.
— markm (@markm1962) January 27, 2013
The good thing is that, if detected early enough, #Bqhatevwr is totally treatable.
— Ziggy Daddy™ (@Ziggy_Daddy) January 27, 2013
Howard Dean '04 > "We're going to SD and OR and WA and MI! And then we're going to Washington DC to take back the White House! #Bqhatevwr!"
— Very Serious People™ (@TheXclass) January 27, 2013
Tonight, on a very special episode of Full House, DJ tries #bqhatevwr for the first time.
— Ungodly News (@ungodlynews) January 27, 2013
— Christmas Red (@jswifty250) January 27, 2013
Clint Eastwood to Scott Brown: What's that you say? #bqhatevwr? I can't do that to myself!
— Kennett Area Dems (@KennettDems) January 27, 2013
If that’s not enough Bqhatevwr for you, there’s already a website — bqhatevwr.com — collecting all the Bqhatevwr you could ever hope for.
I'm fairly certain the MSM could find a way to get Scott Brown to lose an election based on #bqhatevwr
— Marcus Hawkins (@HawkinsUSA) January 26, 2013