7 Parody Twitter Accounts You Need to Follow Immediately
Unless you've been living under a rock, you know that access to the Internet produces creative geniuses. These masterminds include Twitter users that create parody accounts of your fave celebs, comedians, fictional characters, and even historical landmarks (We're looking at you, Big Ben Clock).
Have a few chuckles as we expose you to some of those great minds who have embodied the people and things we love in the most witty, sensational ways — in 148 characters or less.
1. What Taylor Does, @WhatTaylorDoes
The ideality and vulnerability found in Taylor Swift's lyrics are made hilarious as this twitter poetically describes mundane events in Taylor's life.
2. The Dark Lord, @Lord_Voldemort7
Lord Voldemort comedically commentates on day-to-day happenings, current events, and cultural trends, as any defeated Dark Lord would.
3. Suri's Burn Book, @surisburnbook
Suri Cruise embodies the spirit of Regina George by gossiping about and 'fab-or-drab'-ing today's most famous celebs.
4. Shakespeare Lyrics, @ShakespeareSong
Contemporary pop songs and phrases are translated into Elizabethan-era Early Modern English. Need I sayeth moreth?
5. Darth Vader, @DepressedDarth
Darth Vader, the finest of all tragic villains, cracks jokes and criticizes pop culture (mostly) through allusions to Star Wars.
6. Professor Snape, @_Snape_
The Half-Blood Prince's sarcastic and biting comments will entertain any Harry Potter fan, especially if you read them out loud in Alan Rickman's voice.
7. Feminist Taylor Swift, @Feministtswift
Clara Beyer of That Girl Magazine brilliantly imagines Taylor Swift's often criticized lyrics as mini Feminist manifestos."Happy. Free. Confused. Oppressed by the patriarchy. At the same time."
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