Here’s how Lena Dunham’s ‘mental disorder’ can be explained with ONE word

http://twitter.com/#!/GoldwaterGal/status/529294731893673984

That question was posed in response to the sickening revelations in Lena Dunham’s memoir that some on Twitter allege detail sexual abuse by Dunham of her younger sister. As Twitchy reported, the actress then lashed out at those who were, you know, quoting her own book verbatim. How dare they?! Comedian Jimmy Kimmel grossly defended Dunham. Dunham herself has canceled some book tour stops. Gee, why is that?

But back to explaining her oft-exposed “mental disorder”; Three tweets aren’t even needed. All that is necessary is one little word.

Bingo. That Twitter user isn’t alone. Others made note of the same thing.

Precisely.

And an exit idea for a headline:

Perfect.

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