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Besides politicians and teen girls, cell phone service providers are the number one culprit of mud-slinging when it comes to talking about their opponents. During Sunday night's Super Bowl, T-Mobile took aim at competitor Verizon with a Fifty Shades of Grey parody commercial that suggested that the network's customers must be into pain if they stay with the service provider.

Well, Verizon got the message loud and clear and decided to clap back at T-Mobile with this tweet, inciting one of the weirdest Twitter feuds ever.

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Whoa, sweet come back, Verizon. Who are writing these tweets, bunch of dads?!

Get it? Because it's a total dad joke? Ugh, I'm just as bad as them.
Get it? Because it's a total dad joke? Ugh, I'm just as bad as them.

But, surprisingly, things only got weirder from there when T-Mobile President John Legere tweeted this incredible cheesy graphic from his personal account.

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Then Verizon responded with this tweet that was supposed to slam T-Mobile's spotty coverage, but sounded pretty rapey instead.

YIKES, Verizon!

Still, T-Mobile decided to perpetuate this really bizarre, sexual feud with accusing Verizon of—gasp!—breaking their Jealousy-O-Meter!

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Even Kristen Schaal, the actress who appeared in the initial commercial, got involved in the weird, kinky fight.

Oh, ew.
Oh, ew.
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Yeah, these tweets don't get us "hot and bothered." Mostly just bothered.