Just over two months after their dramatic, arguably cliched Twitter break-up, it looks like the ongoing saga of 16 year-old Miley Cyrus and her off again/off again 21 year-old underwear model ex, Justin Gaston, isn’t going to end anytime soon.

For those who don’t follow the Twitter exploits of Miley or read Perez Hilton, here’s a brief recap on the latest: Beginning Tuesday, Justin (who is evidently branching out from standing around in his drawers to a career in music) tweeted, “Just recorded a demo…Now I’m sitting on the couch wondering why we as humans try to pretend everything’s okay when it isn’t…Just be real.”

Miley, no-doubt emboldened by her stripper-themed Teen Choice Performance Sunday night, shot back with “Everything IS ok. Honestly. I can’t change you’re [sic] mind and your heart no longer belongs to me. Maybe YOU’RE the one pretending you’re fine.”

Which brings us to Friday night. Having had 3 days to come up with an appropriate comeback, Justin (in an apparent reference to Miley’s pole-dance) wrote, “People mistake stupidity for bravery way to easily” (Not to get off the subject of this report but, dude, Justin….if you’re going to call someone “stupid” in a tweet, try not to misspell the word “too”).

Miley responded minutes later, noting, “Yeah. I love when people mistake bravery with writing a few stupid tweets trying to make it seem like they don’t care. You’re afraid to love.” Two hours later she added, “‘People who NEED people are the luckiest people in the world.’ Barbara Streisand.”

Emotionally immature? Yup. Familiar and satisfyingly fun to read about? Unfortunately.