On Oct. 15 ahead of her eight year wedding anniversary, Ivanka Trump published what online speculators are calling the "Jared and Ivanka sex playlist" on Spotify. The five-song, 21-minute playlist features in this order: "All of Me" and "Ordinary People" by John Legend, "When I Was Your Man" by Bruno Mars, "You're Beautiful" by James Blunt, and "When We Were Young" by Adele.
While Ivanka has shared public playlists before, with simple names like "Holiday Party" and "Weekend Morning," her most recent creation bears the mysterious name "991122." Wannabe detectives have yet to sleuth out the symbolism behind the playlist name, but a Google search of "991122" brings up pages related to the corresponding HTML color, a red hue.
Jared and Ivanka married on Oct. 25, 2009, so people are wondering: Could this be their anniversary aka sex playlist? No one can know for sure, unless the couple speaks out. And that seems unlikely. In the meantime, Twitter's having fun with all of the possibilities.
The daughter and son-in-law of President Trump have presented a poised front, with Jared shying away from interviews and Ivanka trying to appear as the calm, level-headed one in comparison to her more emotionally open father. The power couple has not confirmed the meaning behind the playlist, but people naturally had opinions.
The Perfect Playlist For A Perfect Couple
One person suggested Ivanka's playlist was only one song away from boring couple completion.
Ugh, Uncool By Association
Others lamented their shared taste in music with Ivanka.
A direct quote from James Blunt to Oprah on his hit single: "It's kind of miserable. It was about seeing my ex-girlfriend on the Underground in London with her new man, who I didn't know existed. She and I caught eyes and lived a lifetime in that moment, but didn't do anything about it and haven't seen each other since."
Where's The #MAGA Patriotism?
Maybe Ivanka and Jared prefer to keep politics and nationalism out of the bedroom.
Chrissy Teigen, You're Up
John Legend's wife Chrissy Teigen is neither shy nor slow when it comes to expressing her opinion on Twitter, so who knows how the model will respond.
Some people took the opportunity to take a jab at Jared. Harsh!
Security Breach Alert
Ah, so that's what 991122 means.
November 22, 1999
Or is that what 991122 means?
Some people had no words, expressing their sentiments in GIF form.
While others huffed about mainstream media not paying attention to this major piece of news.
More than one person was not impressed with the song choices.
Some people spoke on behalf for the artists featured on Ivanka's playlist.
Oo La La
Some of those who weren't grossed out seemed to be intrigued by the gossip.
Welcome To The World We Live In
One Twitter user looked around — from the existence of the playlist, to the subsequent Huffington Post story on it, to the online reactions — and did not like what he saw.
Give Those Kids A Break
And one person defended Jared and Ivanka. After all, we have no idea what this playlist is really about. Sex is just one of many possibilities.
Anyone Can Have A Sex Playlist
In response to one critic accusing the Huffington Post of unfairly targeting the Trumps, Ashley Feinberg (who first suggested that this might be Ivanka's anniversary playlist) made a call on Twitter for more playlists.
Point To Team Ivanka
One person disagreed and that the idea of Ivanka having a sex playlist made her more down-to-earth — she's just like us!
Perhaps while Ivanka was making her playlist, investigators in the Trump-Russia probe were checking whether Jared committed a felony.
One person recommended his own playlist of "Good" by Better than Ezra on repeat.
Anyone Else With A Playlist Should 'Fess Up
Because surely Jared and Ivanka aren't the only ones possibly getting it on to some jams.
Nah, I'm Out
At least several Twitter users were not keen on exploring the depths of Jared and Ivanka's relationship.