Et tu, butts?

If the game you're playing is trying to out-disgrace Miley Cyrus, you've already lost. Maybe this was the game Justin Bieber was playing when he had his bodyguards carry him up the Great Wall of China on his way to shoot a music video.

These two (presumably American) women traveled to Rome, home to over 2000 public fountains from the Rennaissance onwards (the ancient Roman acqueducts survived, but the plumbing didn't last, unfortunately), and their first thought was "I must twerk in that." I'm gonna go ahead and assume that they've only been aware of twerking since Miley did it, which makes them also disrespectful even to the very brief ancient history of twerking.

Americans are routinely listed as the worst tourists in the world (but maybe the Chinese are replacing us there, too!), so we're a bit self-conscious about being perceived as dumb, loud, obnoxious rubes with no sense of culture. So, thanks ladies. On the other hand, I'm sure the fountain wasn't scandalized, as I'm pretty sure any 500-year-old fountain in Rome has bathed more than a few less-than-classy ladies in its time.

(by Johnny McNulty)

Sources: redditor biggyh