Turns out this vulgar little exchange was actually the first half of an elaborate joke.
He has driven it to vulgar lows, which has given the brand a hint of recklessness and danger.
Baseball manager Tony LaRussa tried to sue Twitter over a vulgar impostor account.
It was never intended to do anything as vulgar as actually earn money.
The play may be vulgar, but there have been cases in which sex strikes have had a real impact.
She had no aptitude for aimlessness, and moreover thought it vulgar.
To play upon the silver-voiced flute is Theban-like and vulgar.
When they cannot get luxuries they fill themselves with vulgar puddings till they nearly burst.
She was quite unable to repress a vulgar interest in the menials that served her.
I have said that Mr. Charrington's name was bandied about among the sensual and the vulgar—all over England—as a term of reproach.
late 14c., "common, ordinary," from Latin vulgaris "of or pertaining to the common people, common, vulgar," from vulgus "the common people, multitude, crowd, throng," from PIE root *wel- "to crowd, throng" (cf. Sanskrit vargah "division, group," Greek eilein "to press, throng," Middle Breton gwal'ch "abundance," Welsh gwala "sufficiency, enough"). Meaning "coarse, low, ill-bred" is first recorded 1640s, probably from earlier use (with reference to people) with meaning "belonging to the ordinary class" (1530).