(Or, whatever, they’ve become a thing the media foists upon the public. Do we even know the difference anymore? Do we even care???)
Often, they’re super useful. Brangelina, for instance. Everyone loved saying Brangelina. Your mom loved saying Brangelina.
Other times, they’re less successful. When Wilmer Valderrama and Lindsay Lohan had a short-lived relationship, almost no one called them Lohalderrama.
"Javanka" is not a thing. Stop trying to make it happen https://t.co/xOHyeOYq3r
— Stuart (@Stubaby226) March 3, 2017
— Washingtonian (@washingtonian) March 3, 2017
Twitter, upon hearing “Javanka,’ reacted with the kind of grace and panache a toddler shows when you execute their mother in front of them.
Javanka sounds like an island in Indonesia. Also, please move there. Thanks! https://t.co/NC0MrL5TfV
— BeerMoJoe (@Beermojoe) March 3, 2017
Cut this shit out, we are not calling them "Javanka." https://t.co/Xy54IpO4oH
— Dinesh D’Suicide Squad (@LBRhoden) March 3, 2017
Please let's never say "Javanka" again https://t.co/NROVFyWDk7
— Reena Flores (@ReenaJF) March 3, 2017
Javanka ?!?! 🤔 https://t.co/xo4XpSKNtQ
— CAT (@OneCopaceticCAT) March 3, 2017
— inactive- Lori Townsend Harvey (@aimn2please) March 3, 2017
I think it kinda works.