Fitting comedic content into 140 characters is an art. See how these 7 brands do it.
MeUndies has mastered the content marketing game with grade A+ Snapchat content production. But they’re killing it on Twitter too. With such a playful but potentially risque product, MeUndies does an incredible job of making underwear simply fun.
With a bio like this...
“We like our tweets the same way we like to make hamburgers: better than anyone expects from a fast food joint.”
We expect nothing less than hilarity from this oft-underrated fast food restaurant. Most recently, a man named Carter asked Wendy’s how many retweets he had to get for a lifetime of free nuggets. When Wendy’s responded “18 million” the internet rallied around Carter to help the man get free nuggs.
You can always count on Charmin to be brutally open and honest about bathroom experiences. Their polls are always hilariously truthful, and they’re skilled at newsjacking current events.
With an entire lifetime of GIFs from shows and movies at their fingertips, Netflix crafts a number of goofy tweets featuring your favorite characters. They also shamelessly condone Netflix & chilling, so we can all feel better about our binge-watching habits.
Monday small talk translator:— Netflix US (@netflix) March 27, 2017
"Had a quiet one" = Netflix
"Cleaned the apt" = Netflix
"Watched Netflix" = Netflix
Time flies when you watch five episodes a day.— Netflix US (@netflix) March 22, 2017
5. Taco Bell
Taco Bell has some pretty loyal fans, and when they aren’t being quippy on their own, Taco Bell spins their fan’s tweets into pure comic gold.
Don't tell me you miss me. Tell me you're outside with Taco Bell.— Taco Bell (@tacobell) February 21, 2017
6. Curiosity Rover
If you like space and science, this quippy little fellow will make you smile. The NASA team runs this Twitter account in first person as if this robot is tweeting live from Mars. Science facts served up with a side of cute humor? We’re in.
There are a few reasons people call it Chipotlbae. Their Twitter account is one of them.
Dating is pretty much just finding an eating partner, and that's fine.— Chipotle (@ChipotleTweets) February 11, 2017
You must be a bowl with a lid on it, because I want to take you home.— Chipotle (@ChipotleTweets) April 23, 2017
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