Tweets of the Week

Compiled by @marseniuk

@weezapa I can’t figure out which is crazier: Charlie Sheen giving Lindsay Lohan advice, or Gary Busey dishing out words of wisdom to Charlie Sheen.

@EricStangel Charlie Sheen fired by Warner Bros yet Qaddafi still has a job… #Yafuuzu (that’s #Winning in Arabic).

@GooseTFI Charlie Sheen is the white version of Kanye West.

@RexHuppke Just saw the naked pictures of one of Charlie Sheen’s goddesses. Turns out that he is, in fact, winning.

@SarahKSilverman If I hung out w/ 20 year old porn stars all the time I’d think I was a genius, too. #Sheenius.

@GeorgeTakei Mardi Gras is mostly an excuse for us to all act like Charlie Sheen for a day. #CharlieIsADouchebag.

@peteramckay Sad but true: Charlie Sheen’s Twitter is more interactive than that of members of Congress I follow.

@bgplaywr83 I love the smell of #tigerblood in the morning.

@LalaP You know who probably has the worst job right now? Charlie Sheen’s agent/manager/maid. In that order.

@Lord_Voldemort7 #if Twitter was high school Charlie Sheen would be that awkward janitor that hit on the students.

@ScottBSheldon Lose your job, lose your children…Charlie Sheen and I have a different definition of #winning.

@DJSteveSmooth It’s official! @CharlieSheen is the new Chuck Norris.

@karaokekills For Lent, I’m giving up Charlie Sheen.

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