It seems like every time you turn around, a Teen Mom star is engaging in a ridiculous, pointless fight on social media.
And if it seems that way, well, that's because it is that way.
We don't know exactly what it is, but something about those Teen Moms just attracts drama in the most showy, passive aggressive way possible.
And one of the moms who gets into this silly behavior most often?
Kailyn Lowry. Of course.
Kailyn is quite the fan of vague tweeting about people or things that bother her, and that's exactly what she did yesterday.
"If you say you're gonna do something, do it," she wrote over on Twitter. "Just f-cking do it."
"When people you once trusted use manipulation and guilt to control a situation," she added.
Now, we're not exactly sure who she's talking about here, but an easy guess would be that she's trying to slam her soon-to-be ex-husband, Javi Marroquin.
And it looks like Javi himself had that same guess.
"Don't make me expose you for you who really are," he tweeted soon after Kailyn wrote her message.
He even directed a message to her, telling her to "@ me next time. If you wanna go there. We can."
He wrapped things up with "If you use all your ammo to go for the kill you won't have any bullets for the next guy. Remember that."
And then, a few hours later, Kailyn wrote "You will only get what you choose to tolerate."
This morning, she seemed to have one last thought on the matter: "Never good enough for someone who isn't ready."
It seems like she never did take Javi up on his offer to "@ me next time," though she did tweet a meme that read "Me deleting my tweets the morning after an emotional breakdown on twitter."
So it seems like Kailyn wanted people to think badly of Javi, like he was being manipulative and unreliable in strange and mysterious ways -- seriously, why not just call him out for whatever he supposedly did? If she's going to be like this, then she should just go for it -- and Javi wasn't having it.
He called her out, and she backed down.
Is this really what their relationship has come to?
Sure, things have obviously been strained between them for a while now, and yes, they've been throwing shade back and forth at each other for months.
He said she cheated, she said he cheated, he said she changed, she tosses out bizarre accusations without any real substance.
Would it be so much to ask that these two adults act like, you know, adults?
It's really starting to look like it.