Celebrities are inherently more interesting than regular people because they’re celebrities but I wouldn’t follow just anyway and any I do start following who ends up being a boring twit (pun intended) I’ll stop following, quick smart (I’m looking at you Ashton Kutcher, even if you do have 1.6 million followers you’re still a boring dick, quantity <> quality)
However, there are a few standouts (in no particular order):
Her tweets make absolutely no sense at all, she’s probably drunk/stoned/stupid or maybe her keyboard is broken? Even when she’s mildly coherent her babbling still doesn’t make any sense to a sane person.
Who couldn’t be interested in someone who tells the world:
watching diablo on the vuew on you tube and shld be sleeping i l;opve pam! where do people getthis shit? edera we m,ust discuss the next on
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Indeed, you want your Upcycle, don’t we all?
Best known as Data from Star Trek his tweets aren’t your traditional fair, he’s using twitter as a way to tell a story where he seems to be weaving his real life in with a fictional (?) one, 140 characters at a time.
He’s on a commercial break at the moment but promises to return with a new story.
The Stand (various, see below)
Swine Flu turned out to be a storm in a taco shell but a creative bunch of people have assumed the identities of the major characters from Stephen King’s The Stand and are playing out the entire story via twitter, M O O N, that spells awesome.
The quirky egotistical doctor from Stargate:Atlantis and slightly weird movie “A Dog’s Breakfast” tweets are about as interesting as mine, which makes him OK in my book.