Getty Images file photoCharlie Sheen apparently wasn't too impressed to meet "Teen Mom" star Farrah Abraham.

Getty Images file photoCharlie Sheen apparently wasn't too impressed to meet "Teen Mom" star Farrah Abraham.

‘Teen Mom’ Farrah Abraham tweets Charlie Sheen, hilarity ensues

And so it was that “Teen Mom” Farrah Abraham tweeted to Charlie Sheen and asked him to have coffee with her last week. Lothario Sheen replied, “Coffee is for amateurs and grandma.”

But when Abraham shared his reaction with the world, he went berserk, calling her a “desperate guzzler of stagnant douche agua” and other colorful things. Not to be outdone, she has now shot back, and Radar got its hands on the equally bizarre email: “You sound like you have mental issues… So for a old train wreck like yourself you sit in your own pedestrian troposphere of lame-suck and zero-life, enjoy your dwindle.”

These two are actually made for each other; let's hope it works out.

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