Over the last year, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth had started to chill out and ‘settle down’.
In October, Miley debuted her brand-spankin’ new makeunder – a decisive move away from ‘is she okay?’, Bagerz-era Miley (a welcomed shift IMO).
Then, after years of juicy marriage speculation, the couple went and sprung the world with a surprise wedding on Christmas Day – another very adult-y move.
But no matter how much you love these two and their more ~mature~ way of being, we can’t help yearning for those absolutely cooked, loopy moments we’ve grown to love from Miley and Liam.
Here to prove they’re still the same hilarious duo as before, despite now being husband and wife, is Miley’s NSFW Valentine’s Day wish to Liam.
In one of the most millennial gestures we’ve ever seen, Miley decided to ditch the traditional card and roses, instead making her very own meme for Liam.
This isn’t just your regular ‘#wokeuplikethis’ kinda meme though, no sir. It’s a surpremely extra, NSFW, R-rated piece of mastery.
“When it’s valentine’s day and bae says hi:” reads the meme (which all sounds innocent enough) but then, BOOM:
.@LiamHemsworth love you pic.twitter.com/Bmy0qFhHzX
— Miley Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) February 14, 2019
Well heck. That’s not a card you’re gonna see at the newsagents now, is it?
In the last 24 hours, the Tweet has already garnered over 22,000 retweets and 184,000 likes.
As you might have guessed, this is a shot from Miley’s aforementioned Bangerz tour, showing her wearing a long-sleeve leotard covered in money, coupled with a pair of silver studded cowboy boots while laying back on a car bonnet with her legs akimbo.
Twitter users have since labelled the meme iconic, for obvious reasons, responding to the Tweet with series of perfect reaction memes:
— msby⁷ (@vvelvetbby) February 14, 2019
— Fags-bury Dough Boy (@Shawn_W96) February 14, 2019
No word yet about Liam’s response but, given he was recently hospitalised for kidney stones, chances are he’s probs taking a particularly chill approach to the whole thing.