Demi Moore Twitter

November 25, 2011 by staff 

Demi Moore Twitter, Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher famously played out their romantic relationship to their millions of Twitter followers — that is, until the love story went south, amid the seemingly true cheating allegations involving the Two and a Half Men star, most notably with the blonde 20-something Sara Leal. After Moore’s divorce announcement about a week ago, both stars have been more or less quiet on the Tweeting front. But both broke their silence in honor of the Thanksgiving holiday. However, Moore, 49, may have just used her 140 characters to hurl a punch at Kutcher, 33 — someone for whom she is obviously no longer thankful.

In her Twitter post, Demi Moore said, “Why do we have only 1 day for giving thanks? Is that why so many people feel unappreciated? Make this 1 of 365 days of Thanksgiving!” All in all, Moore’s is a relevant and meaningful message for the Twitter-verse. Everyone really should take time to be more thankful, instead of just during the one Turkey Day that rolls around every year.

But, read between the lines and one might just surmise that Demi Moore also took the opportunity to reap a bit of inner satisfaction by taking a jab at Ashton Kutcher with the whole “unappreciated” line. She no doubt feels, at the very least, “unappreciated” by her estranged husband, as well as betrayed and violated, and a whole host of other adjectives. Ironically, as the Daily Mail points out, her Twitter handle is still @mrskutcher, which must only add insult to injury for Demi Moore.

Ashton Kutcher also Tweeted a Thanksgiving message on Thursday, although his was perhaps less cryptic, saying “I’m thankful for family, friends, you & time to reach my potential. What are you thankful for?” Given his latest transgressions, he’ll definitely need that time on his side for achieving that “potential.”

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