Show Hide image Politics 1 July 2014 #AskThicke: Robin Thicke did a Twitter Q+A, and it didn't go so well The Blurred Lines singer did a Twitter Q+A hosted by VH1. Mockery and scorn ensued. Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML Have a burning question for @robinthicke? Submit your ?s for tomorrow's Twitter Q+A using #AskThicke! pic.twitter.com/LwWKWlBysg — VH1 (@VH1) June 30, 2014 It's been payback time for everyone whose ears and sensibilities have been assaulted by Robin Thicke's misogynist lyrics in the catchiest controversy of 2013, Blurred Lines, as he has been subjected to remorseless mockery over a Twitter Q+A. The Q+A was hosted by VH1, inviting fans to ask the singer questions over Twitter. It didn't go so well for Thicke when it descended into derision and fun-poking. Here's a few of this mole's favourites: #askthicke when you "wrote" Blurred Lines did you do a jump and say "wow! Men and those other objects are going to love this!"? — Neil Webb (@trialsoflife) July 1, 2014 But... how do you know I want it, Robin? #AskThicke — Lauren Hess (@LaurenH_ZA) July 1, 2014 #AskThicke Apart from being a talentless misogynist, why are you just not very good? — Rob (@PawBlakNme) July 1, 2014 #AskThicke What is the air speed velocity of an unladen African swallow? — Mike Ellis (@drum_puppy) July 1, 2014 #AskThicke if asked if you want salt and vinegar on your chips and you say no but they put it on because no means yes is that ok? — mostly grumpy (@mostly_grumpy) June 30, 2014 RT @Copperguts There's no need to #AskThicke. You know he wants it. — The Vagenda Team (@VagendaMagazine) July 1, 2014 How often should I bleed my radiators? #AskThicke — Aye, just Alexander (@NoZzzander) July 1, 2014 Just search the hashtag #AskThicke to read the rest. You know you want to. › Rolf Harris guilty: but what has Operation Yewtree really taught us about sexual abuse? I'm a mole, innit. Subscribe More Related articles The Women's March against Trump matters – but only if we keep fighting Transgender Kids: why doctors are right to be cautious about childhood transition Stop boring on about babies – the gender pay gap isn't about "choice"