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2012’s Funniest Celebrities on Twitter

By: , On Friday, June 29th, 2012

Twitter is one of the fastest growing social media platforms in the ever-changing technological world. Users of Twitter follow the tweets of everything from products and events to friends and family. However, celebrities are perhaps the most followed group on Twitter.

Following the lives of celebrities has been a public fascination for decades. From the early days of the silent movie stars to today’s reality celebs, many in the public want to hear about their favorite stars. Twitter users can receive tidbits about these people that can include innocuous information about what a particular celeb had for breakfast. Alternatively, these stars often tweet about dating a new person, as well as breaking up with a spouse or partner.

With the wide range of tweets from celebrities, some of the most intriguing are the funny stars and celebrities, as well as humorous tweets made by all types of those in the spotlight.

Here’s a look at some of the funniest tweets from celebrities in 2012.

  • John Stamos (@johnstamos)
    “contrary to the rumors, i am not replacing charlie sheen on two and half men. however, martin sheen has asked me to be his son.”
  • William Shatner (@williamshatner) In a tweet to Leonard Nimoy:
    “@TheRealNimoy Lenny, it’s your time to pay for a meal. I must talk to you about how you’re wasting your life. My best, Bill”
  • Tony Hawk (@tonyhawk)
    “Parents everywhere want to know the same thing. If your kids are fighting in the backseat, is it wrong to make a hard turn so the instigator hits the door? Purely hypothetical, of course.”
  • Bert from Sesame Street (@sesamestreet) Yes, even puppets have Twitter accounts.
    “Ever notice how similar my hair is to Mr. T’s? The only difference is mine is a little more ‘mo,’ a little less ‘hawk.’”
  • Brian Posehn (@thebrianposehn) Gotta love introspection from comedians.
    “Always weird to meet your stunt double. It’s like looking into a mirror where the other you took care of yourself.”
  • Steven Colbert (@stephenathome)
    “i think i could be a lobster fisherman, but not if i had to learn how to spell crustashun (sic)”

While this just a very small sample of tweets sent from celebrity laptops or mobile phones, there are hundreds of thousands more out there. Some are rated G, while others may border on a XXX rating. Whether you are following a movie star, or your favorite athlete, you’re sure to get a glimpse of how his or her mind works, through the world of Twitter.

 

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