10 Funny Twitter Parody Accounts to Follow

These accounts hit the mark when it comes to tongue-in-cheek humor.


(SPOT.ph) In case you didn’t already know, Twitter isn’t just about trending topics and seeing your ex-classmate’s very angry thoughts during heavy traffic. These days, we could all use a little laughter and amusement in between those somber news headlines.


We know He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named has his own Twitter account, but have you checked out these 10 other parody accounts? Let us know about your favorite fake Twitter accounts in the comments section.



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1. Actual Humans of Manila

Tweeting since: August 4, 2014

Followers: 384

Everyone loves touching anecdotes from real people-so much that the original Humans of New York has spawned dozens of Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts that imitate and spoof its concept. The Actual Humans of Manila account has only been around for less than a month, but it has already made its way through our feeds with its relatable tweets of what a Manila resident actually is.



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2. i ain’t even Bill Nye

Tweeting since: July 2012

Followers: 143,267

If you’ve ever wondered how Bill Nye The Science Guy would be if he were high all the time and had no filters, look no further. He is the Internet’s answer to the younger and chiller generation of science enthusiasts. It’s so popular that other accounts have copied him, but nothing really beats the original.




3. The Worst Muse

Tweeting since: July 5, 2014

Followers: 61,304

If you’re looking for ideas and inspiration for that novel you’re writing, don’t look at this Twitter page. If you’re looking for helpful writing tips, do the opposite of what it says. If you want a good literature-related laugh, you should probably click that "Follow" button.



4. Stuff Drake Does

Tweeting since: July 17, 2014

Followers: 93,303

Drake has managed to cultivate an image that’s completely contradictory of what one might think a rapper should be. He’s soft. He listens to a woman’s needs. He’s very, very sensitive. It’s perfect fodder for parodies, which is why there are several Twitter accounts solely dedicated to what Drake might do. The best one, however, is newbie Stuff Drake Does, who nails the emotion you’d expect from such a soulful artist.




5. God

Tweeting since: October 2010

Followers: 1.51 million

As omniscient as you’d expect God to be, this Twitter account covers just about everything from current events to pop culture. Occasionally you’ll find nuggets of wisdom or commentary on...well, Himself. Just a warning: its humor and language isn’t for everyone, and some people may find it offensive.



6. Kantye West

Tweeting since: July 2012

Followers: 12,625

No, the name isn’t a typo and yes, you definitely read that right. Combine the idealogy of 18th Century German philosopher Immanuel Kant and the modern-day wisdom of Kanye West-it’s a match made in parody heaven.



7. Present Day Clueless

Tweeting since: January 2014

Followers: 27,529

Fans of the movie Clueless will enjoy having these tweets on their feeds. Think of it as though Cher and her friends are living in this day and age. It has all the wit from the ’90s movie classic but with recognizable references, including Pinterest, Instagram, and celebrities.



8. NYT Minus Context

Tweeting since: November 2013

Followers: 37,117

Things out of context are funny, especially when they come from a publishing giant like the New York Times. Amidst all the hard news and groundbreaking pieces are one-liner gems that are actually pretty relatable. Or you just can’t imagine it found its way into a Times article. News junkies will also get a kick out of HuffPo Spoilers, which tells you the gist of The Huffington Post’s stories so you no longer have to give in to their click-bait articles.




9. Film Critic Hulk

Tweeting since: May 2010

Followers: 42,430

He’s big, green, and he reviews movies in a way the Hulk only knows how-referring to himself in the third person and typing in all-caps. He was the brainchild of people over at Badass Digest and his insightful commentary on films, television, and the industry spawned a dedicated but niched fanbase. While his Hulk-speak has somewhat diminished over the years, his views are still worth a read. (The Hulk seems to be a popular choice for parodies, as Drunk Hulk and Feminist Hulk also exist.)




10. Not Mark Zuckerberg

Tweeting since: October 2010

Followers: 13,406

This Twitter account spoofs Facebook creator and CEO Mark Zuckerberg with snarky social media and technology commentary. If, like us, you’ve spent too much time on his website, then you’ll find this pretty hilarious.



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