"Politicians do have to think about what they say," said Mr Cameron.
“The trouble with Twitter, the instantness [sic] of it, is I think that too many twits might make a twat.”
Apparently Cameron has now been forced to apologise for this, and for using the phrase "pissed off" in relation to how people felt about MPs' expenses—a somewhat mild reflection of public opinion, I'd say.
Anyway, here's reporter Krishnan Guru-Murthy commenting on Twitter.
Oxford Dictionary says twat means either women's genitals or a stupid/obnoxious person...so Cameron was either a bit offensive, or very.
I think that my comment on all of this can be easily distilled into a few characters. In fact, it was—in my reply to that po-faced, MSM twankunt.
@krishgm On the other hand, no one who isn't a complete twat gives two shits about it. #naughty_words_exist_grow_up
I can't believe that these people have driven me to defending David fucking Cameron.