The Goodman Guide to Fake Twitter-verse
Seth Bockley's Ask Aunt Susan introduces us to Aunt Susan, a twenty-something man who moonlights as a female online advice guru. In keeping with the show’s themes, we have collected some of the funniest fake online personalities the Twitter-verse has to offer. See them all below the jump!
Unfinished Scripts @UnfinishedS
A Good Match for playwrights looking for inspiration, actors looking for something to chew on or anyone who wants to make their workday a little more dramatic.
Not a Good Match for anyone who finds cliffhangers anxiety-producing, or anyone actually looking for a great new screenplay.
Kim Kierkegaardashian @Kimkierkegaard
A Good Match for those who “Keep Up” with this stuff, budding philosophers and fashionistas alike.
Not a Good Match for those who find the words “futile” and “melancholic” well… futile and melancholic.
A Good Match for those who wish the voice of God was a 21st century sassy Mark Twain.
Not a Good Match for those who worry about Godzilla being a real thing.
Sarcastic Rover @SarcasticRover
A Good Match for space camp alumni, Cosmos viewers or robot enthusiasts.
Not a Good Match for NASA employees, Edward Snowden and Martians.
Feminist Hulk @feministhulk
A Good Match for feminists, Hulk lovers, people whose pants don’t fit.
Not a Good Match for misogynists, sticklers for grammar, people who loathe CAPS LOCK.
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