The country’s Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Water created mass confusion online last night w”hen it labeled itself a “C-list celebrity" in the mobile Kim Kardashian video game.
From the @EPAwater account, the bizarre message read:
"I’m now a C-List celebrity in Kim Kardashian: Hollywood. Come join me and become famous too by playing on iPhone!"
Was the organization's account hacked? Was someone there playing a prank?
No one really knows, though the rogue Tweet was re-Tweeted over 3,000 times in three hours before it was mysteriously removed.
Followers of the evening's unexpected entertainment are now pleading with the EPA to ensure no employee gets the axe over the message.
Wrote one fan: "@EPAwater I really hope no one gets fired for this because it is beautiful and made me laugh for hours."
Another, however, was less appreciative, Tweeting: "Congrats @EPAwater on your Kardashian game success. If you can solve Kim K's complex problems, you can do great things with our environment."
Kardashian, meanwhile, will bank $85 million as her cut from this application's profits. That's not funny at all.