Many folks have good intentions when they launch a Twitter parody account, but some people don't appear to know what the word parody actually means. Parody isn't taking Frank Ocean's name and tweeting words of wisdom that came with the dessert portion of your egg foo young delivery. It's also not just messaging a bunch of other celebrities and trying to convince them that you're a fellow star, in hopes of getting their personal information. That's called identity theft and stalking. The following accounts actually live up to the name of parody, and thankfully, do not suck. Let us rejoice and be glad.
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