By now the world has heard of Twitter — the short posts of 140 or fewer characters that tell your friends and followers everything — everything — that you are doing, seeing or thinking.
Ashton Kutcher and Oprah Winfrey are probably the most read Twitterers. But what might surprise you is that some folks are tweeting even if they are only characters in movies or on TV. The entire crew of the Enterprise tweets. During the election year, fake Sarah Palin and fake Barack Obama were going head to head. And even God tweets.
In this wholly random, unscientific look at Twitter accounts, we found some funny entries that'll make you fall off your chair. Or tweet your thumbs off.
The USA: "Don't mind me. I just have an Upper Midwestpratory infection." And: "Don't hate me because I hold certain truths to be self evident." twitter.com/usofa
cast of Star Wars: Han Solo is cool, Luke wishes he was and Darths Vader and Sidious want to take over the world. But our favorite is R2D2: "deee deet deet doot deet doot boop doot beep woo dootle deet deet doot deet beep blork … tink tink tink." twitter.com/r2d2
God: "It kind of sucks (for me) that the words omnipotent and impotent sound so similar. I really have to enunciate." And: "So, people have been questioning the whole immaculate conception thing. Let me be clear, I did NOT have sex with THAT woman!" twitter.com/god
Dorothy Gale (from The Wizard of Oz): "I'm wondering if I'm bored enough to go capture that spider and put it in Aunt Em's church hat." twitter.com/TheDorothyGale
And in a category unto themselves: fake washed-up actors.
Abe Vigoda: "Unless you hear otherwise I'm alive … " twitter.com/abevigoda
Nick Nolte: "Didn't sleep too good. People kept wakin' me up all night. Guess that's what I get for passin' out in a revolving door." twitter.com/Nick_Nolte
Gary Busey: "Either I really want Taco Bell, or Mickey Rourke's dog is haunting me." twitter.com/GaryJBusey
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