Charlie Sheen is closing out one very infamous part of his public persona.
The outspoken "Anger Management" actor officially signed off from Twitter Thursday after more than a year's worth of coining quotable phrases and unleashing head-scratching outbursts online.
"Reach for the stars everyone," he wrote as his farewell. "Dogspeed cadre. c out."
Sheen, 46, began his Twitter adventure in March 2011, a few months after the actor had a very public meltodown in New York's Plaza hotel.
His first tweet, a photo of himself and then-goddess Bree Olson with the caption "Winning...! Choose your Vice," sent the media into a frenzy.
The TV actor even landed himself in the Guinness Book of World Records for racking up 1 million Twitter followers in the shortest time ever - it only took him 25 hours and 17 minutes to hit seven digits, officials said.
During his time on the microblogging site, Sheen coined such terms as "#winning" and "#tigerblood" and wrote about his "warlock" ways with reckless abandon.
"Just got invited to do the Nancy Grace show. ...I'd rather go on a long road trip with Chuck Lorre in a '75 Pacer," he wrote at one point during his media blitz.
Sheen even put out a job listing for a social media intern via Twitter that received more than 74,000 applicants in just under 48 hours.
"I'm looking to hire a #winning INTERN with #TigerBlood," he wrote, linking to an application he posted on Internships.com. "Do you have #TigerBlood? Are you all about #Winning? Can you #PlanBetter than anyone else? If so, we want you on #TeamSheen as our social media #TigerBloodIntern!"
No word yet on Sheen's next personal project, but the actor reportedly told TMZ: "Thank you for all your amazing support. Trust me when I say please 'follow' me to my next endeavor. It's gonna be epic."
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