The Lonely Celebrities Club.

3 11 2013

And now, a Twitter tip for those terrible people with a blue tick, celebrities and the like, I think this might be an easy way around a problem.

You’re a singer and you have thousands of followers, and somehow you managed to notice one fan who is someone “on your frequency”.

The problem is that if you are, say, Paul McCartney, and you follow four people with your account, and then you follow this lovely person too, then that person will magically end up being swamped by a lot of Paul McCartney fans *because* You, Paul, You followed them.

What you do Paul (Yes I’m talking to You), Is you make up a fake Twitter account, like FakePaulMcCartney (That’ll fool ’em) and then you follow the person who makes you feel all warm and fuzzy, with that account.

Then you chat to them with that, if they follow back, bingo, you can now consider yourselves actual friends, without wondering if the fame alone had anything to do with it.

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