15 Fake Memphians You Should Follow on Twitter
You're nobody until somebody creates a fake Twitter account for you. Here are 15 fake versions of notable Memphians that you should follow:
The enthusiastic, squeaky clean thoughts of "Josh McPastner", fake University of Memphis basketball coach.
U of M Football coach Justin Fuente is still relatively new in town, but not so new that he doesn't get a parody Twitter account. Meet @FantasyFuente1.
The (not) thoughts of Tiger basketball life changer (not) Frank Matrisciano, including this one (referencing this story from the Xavier loss).
Meet Fantasy Shirley. She's like the real University of Memphis president, only, completely made up.
Rise and grint with fake Zach Randolph.
Tony Allen's tweets are so amazing that they don't need to be parodided, but occasionally, they do need a translator. Enter, @TA_Translations:
Speaking of Tony Allen, some thoughts from Grizzlies owner Robert Pera's fake counterpart:
The horribly misspelled thoughts of fake CA Grizzies reporter Ron Tillery.
It's really weird when someone creates a fake you. Thankfully, my anonymous fake is actually pretty funny (he's also a bit foul mouthed, so you might not want to open this one at work.)
The bio says it best: "The imitator of the originator of sports talk radio in Memphis." I love it because he never breaks character.
Whoever runs this account has perfectly captured the typical CommercialAppeal.com commenter.
The Twitter account for the most hipster, foul-mouthed, cat-hating dog in all of Midtown.
This is (not) the Tigers' #1 Fan.
The surreal thoughts of Prince Mongo, Memphis' most surreal resident (and self-procliamed alien).
There are a few known fake accounts that I didn't include because they haven't been udated in a long time. If you know of any others, please leave them in the comments.