We love Twitter.

Seriously, now Facebook’s primary purpose is stalking your old school friends for a delicious shot of schadenfreude, we can’t help but make our way to the hilarity of Twitter more and more often.

Now, seeing as Twitter is not about what you know, but who you follow, it can be easy to find yourself with a timeline full of #basic and #courtesy follows (we all have them, and if you don’t, you’re someone else’s #basic or #courtesy follow).

To make sure you’re getting the most from Twitter, we reckon you should you spruce up your timeline and prepare to mock the doldrums of daily life by giving these total legends a cheeky follow.

James Blunt

He might not be everyone’s (read: anyone’s) favourite musician, but the greatness of Blunt’s tweets come from the fact he knows his music is about as popular as a fart in a particular busy lift.

His brutal self-deprecation mixed with some gloriously posh ripostes delivers a Twitter game that is nothing like his gentle lyrics.

Chrissy Teigen

The undisputed Queen of award show reaction GIFs, cooking shows, and being the wife of John Legend, Chrissy Teigen also happens to be complete Twitter royalty and throws down shade like no other when it comes to dealing with internet trolls.

We firmly believe every single one of her savage roasts should become a mandatory subject in schools.

Anna Kendrick

When she’s not rocking out with her erm, cup out, Anna Kendrick is mixing relatable, light-hearted observations with her own brand of hilarious thought-spewing, verbal diarrhoea that most would keep in the draft folder.

She may be Hollywood royalty, but on Twitter she feels like one of your tragic and brash mates.

Ryan Reynolds

If we’ve learnt anything from Reynolds’ Twitter feed, it’s that he probably wasn’t acting when he embodied the witty, sarcastic mind of anti-hero Deadpool.

In fact, his feed is as milk-through-the-nose funny as it gets, and we have no doubt you’re going to steal his tweets and try to pass them off as your own.


It’s like your barmy old grandma created a Twitter account, except instead of just screaming into the void, Cher’s ramblings are reaching more than 3 million followers.

Cher’s tweets are a form of postmodern poetry, devoid of editing, self-awareness or knowledge of when best to use Caps Lock, and if we’re completely honest, we just can’t get enough of ’em.

Danny Dyer

Look, you’re just going to have to trust us on this one.

Dyer’s Twitter feed is as simple as it gets. Endless cockney slang combined with medium doses of aggression. If you’re not following him, you’re completely missing out, you absolute mug.


If you love nothing more than puns, wordplay, and jokes about thesauruses…

You should follow, accompany, pursue, observe and seek out this account RIGHT NOW.

Gordon Ramsay

After building a career off being a full-time b*stard and part-time chef, it’s no surprise Ramsay is using his vast experience by roasting his follower’s attempts at cooking.

It’s brutally honest, and if you’re cruisin’ for a bruisin’, send him your version of a carbonara. Go on, we’re sure he’ll love it.

Rob Delaney

If you don’t already follow Rob Delaney, do you even Twitter?

The writer and comedian is a bit of a God in the Twittersphere, thanks to his own style of bizarre humour, short form jokes and a full repertoire of tummy ticklers.

Mindy Kaling

It’s no real surprise that the most relatable character from The US Office also posts some of the most hilariously accessible tweets you’ll ever read.

You’re about to have a new Twitter BFF, and like all your other friends, she won’t respond to your clingy messages either.


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