10 Entertaining Fake Accounts I’ve Found on Twitter (So Far)

20 11 2010

I’m relatively new to Twitter [Follow me HERE for site updates and general twitting. I’m a whore], but I have come to like a few things about the best loser in internet social media (To Facebook, obviously). It’s a great way to get breaking news of any sort, peek into the surprisingly boring lives of famous actors, and being constantly whored by links from Roger Ebert (Whom I stopped following; I love your reviews, Mr. Ebert, but you, or your publicist, whatever, post way too much). But perhaps the greatest thing that I’ve discovered on Twitter thus far is the creation of fake Twitter accounts, otherwise known as funny people pretending to be famous people, resulting in some pretty funny stuff. I have yet to see how many of these things are out there, but here are ten fake Twitter accounts that are more fun than SwEeTnSpIcY69HOT.

Follow me! That was referring to the jump, not Twitter… kind of. My brain!

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Web Wednesday: Bat-Pug, Failbook, Crappy Taxidermy

10 11 2010

Awesome Sites:


  • GraphJam: There are two websites belonging to the Cheezburger internet empire that are consistently funny, and GraphJam is one of them. Thanks to that friendly Cheezburger graph maker, now everyone can show the world funny things about life, pop culture, and other things in graph form. The results are usually humorous, at least more humorous than something like this. Ugh.
  • Failbook: Remember when I said that there are two good Cheezburger sites? This is the other site, and to be quite honest, it’s my favorite of the awful Facebook status sites. Facebook can be the bane of some people, but luckily there are sites like Failbook for the semi-intelligent people that love to laugh at the idiocy of others…
  • Crappy Taxidermy: This site is beautiful… beautiful enough to hunt, tan, and stuff. I’m going to have it in the corner of my living room in a fist-pumping pose.

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