I’m back at it again, trying to improve your time on Twitter.
All right, let’s get started, shall we?
“Gun to head are you going Subway or Quiznos?” Chill out gun-to-your-head-hypothetical-guy.
— josh mecouch (@pants) July 31, 2013
Now I know what you’re thinking, “Follow a guy named ‘@Pants’? Why would I do that?” Simple. The guy is absolutely hilarious. Not only does he provide humor through his tweets, he is also a fantastic comic strip artist and will occasionally illustrate hilarious tweets from other comedians. This guy will make you laugh daily. His art style is different, but it’s a good different that sets him apart from other online comic strip artists. Check out his website Formal Sweatpants, as well!
— Bill Nye (@TheScienceGuy) July 21, 2013
That’s right! Bill Nye “The Science Guy” is on Twitter, and he has been for some time. If you love science, or just loved his show when you were a kid, you will be delighted at his tweets. He normally shares to his followers what he is up to, where he’s at, and if he’ll be on a news station discussing certain scientific topics. (He’s also a baseball fan!) Please be careful, though, because there are several parody accounts of Bill Nye on Twitter, so look for the verified blue check next to his name!
— Highlight Magazine (@HighlightZine) July 29, 2013
Hightlight Magazine is a free monthly online magazine for music lovers. They provide information on well-known artists, as well as lesser-known artists, so you will be treated to a wide variety of music, which is good because you should expand your music horizons as much as you can! They tweet a decent amount per day, but not enough to be bothersome. They are interactive, so tweet at them if you have any questions or praise!
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