7 Hopelessly Insane Twitter Users To Follow [And 7 Deadly Social Sins]

insane twitter accounts

Just in case you think your home feed needs a little more entertainment value, we’ve plunged the depths of Twitter to find the weirdest, most insane accounts imaginable. Some of these individuals are just screwing around. Some of them are painfully, awkwardly serious, and should probably seek immediate psychological evaluation.

Still, regardless of their original intentions, you will get a non-stop vaudevillian parade of absolute batshit insanity when you follow:

1. The Iron Sheik

The Iron Sheik

He’s the legend. He’s got an IndieGogo campaign. He’s got a movie, he’s got opinions, and he’s got a Twitter account because FUCK YOU THAT’S WHY.

The Iron Sheik’s Deadly Social Sin: Stubbornness.

Nothing ruins a good online conversation like the complete inability to admit you may have been wrong.

2. Sokhavy Hilton

sokhavy hilton

We’ve spoken to Sokhavy in the past, but we really can’t seem to parse this guy. He’s a “Party King” between Oakland and and Tacoma, and his aggressive self-promotion knows no equal.

Sokhavy Hilton’s Deadly Social Sin: Narcissism.

It is kind of funny.

3. Common Squirrel

common squirrel

You’ve probably seen Common Squirrel on other crazy Twitter follows lists, and for good reason. Just in case you ever wanted the inside track on a Tehran-based squirrel’s day-to-day, this is your guy.

Common Squirrel’s Deadly Social Sin: He Cares Too Damn Much.

With all the running, jumping and hopping going on in addition to his charitable efforts, it’s hard to believe his busy schedule hasn’t taken a toll on his squirrel family.

4. Steve Rogers

steve rogers

We’re actually going to turn this one over to Steve.

Steve Rogers’ Deadly Social Sin: CAPS LOCK.


5. Florida Man

Florida Man

He’s not the hero Florida needs right now, and hey, he’s not really the one they deserve. Still, Florida has its own Fark category for a reason. Some pretty oddball shit happens there every day.

Florida Man’s Deadly Social Sin: Doesn’t Follow Back.

florida man follows What the fuck, dude?

6. Rachael Sacks

Rachael Sacks

Rachael Sacks is pretty new to Twitter controversy. She has gone viral this week (apparently over some column she wrote), and even scored her own highly-unflattering Gawker profile. But she’s a Daria fan, how bad can she be?

Rachael Sacks’ Deadly Social Sin: The Humblebrag.

I guess her real sin is simply “she’s trending.”

7. Big Ben

Big Ben Clock

Bong bong bong bong bong, bong bong bong bong. Bong, bong bong bong bong-bong, bong bong bong bong.

Big Ben’s Deadly Social Sin: Redundancy.

If you spot any hopelessly insane Twitter handles in your travels, shoot me a retweet and the account holder’s deadly sin here.

Dusten Carlson
Dusten has written for web and print and currently spends his time working on his upcoming graphic novel. He is also almost 30 and still has all of his hair.


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