Celebrities attempting to express dismay, via Twitter, about the Paris attacks were blasted for deviating from a simple 'Pray for Paris' sentiment.
X Factor star Sam Bailey actually received death threats for her tweet calling for England to shut its borders.
Rob Lowe is still trying to redeem himself with his critics in social media but it only seems to evoke new ridicule.
Ruby Rose also tried to reason with Twitter users who blasted her for extending her prayers to the whole world, instead of just France.
Then she tried some more. You can feel her frustration:
Poor Ruby. Twitter is a fucking minefield. It's a wonder that anyone risks saying anything.
But some reactions to the Paris attacks are genuinely startling. Some Black Lives Matter activists have registered disdain for mainstream coverage of the attacks with the hashtag #FUCKPARIS.
That one is so harsh that it's only fair to leave you with a gentler faux pas, if that's the right way to describe poor Katy Perry's tweet:
If not, just try counting to ten after reading celebrity tweets. After all, If you prick them, do they not bleed?*