Parodies: Lord Voldemort or He-Who-Must-Not- Be-Named from Harry Potter
The big bad villain in the Harry Potter series has a better sense of humour on Twitter. Diehard Harry Potter fans will enjoy the many Harry Potter references he makes while commenting on real world events. Way to combine fiction and reality.
You may make mistakes but at least you're not one of the twelve publishers that rejected Harry Potter.
— The Dark Lord (@Lord_Voldemort7) May 26, 2015
Parodies: The latest bad boy with daddy issues in the Star Wars series - Kylo Ren
It only makes sense that someone comes up with emo version of Kylo Ren on Twitter given how angsty he is and his general preference for his wardrobe to be in black. His feed features plenty of comics and GIFs highlighting his knack for overreacting. You could call it the lighter side of the Dark Side.
*phone calls Rey*
Me: I want to date you
Me: I MEAN I HATE YOU
*hangs up phone quicky and cries in corner of room*
— Emo Kylo Ren (@EmoKylo) January 8, 2016
Parodies: Apple’s senior VP of software engineering, better known for his immaculate do whenever he takes the stage for Apple keynotes.
Hence the Twitter handle HairForceOne. Just like Not Jony Ive, he also pokes fun at Apple’s rivals, but also tweets self-deprecating stuff about Apple. If you enjoy Not Jony Ive, you have to follow this parody of Craig Federighi. They occasionally interact, too.
The reviews of the Samsung Galaxy S6s seem quite positive.
— Craig Federighi (@_HairForceOne) March 8, 2016
Parodies: The face of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg This is perhaps the most honest version of Mark Zuckerberg.
Unlike the real Zuck, this one doesn’t spend his time #humblebragging his runs around the world or posting letters to his daughter, this one admits the flaws of Facebook and gives honest explanations of certain Facebook features. Sort of.
At Facebook, we're moving away from calling all of you "users." It's more honest to just call you "the used."
— Not Mark Zuckerberg (@notzuckerberg) December 17, 2014