Miguel Wattson, an electric eel from Tennessee, has its own Twitter account. Whenever he discharges a large enough jolt, a tweet will be automatically send out to his account EelectricMiguel. Apart from sending tweets, he also helps power up Christmas trees at the aquarium.
A poultry company in Australia uses a live chicken to run its Twitter account. As Betty walks over the keyboard, the resulting literature is then published to the Twitter feed of @ChickenTreat and marked with the hashtag #ChickenTweet.
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— Chicken Treat (@ChickenTreat) October 12, 2015
A Michigan woman traded her Twitter handle @DietDrPepper to the Dr. Pepper parent corporation for a truckload of bottled water, which she sent to Flint, Michigan during the contaminated water crisis.
Supernatural fans used the hash tag #LuciferIsComing for the 5th season premiere when Lucifer is released, but unaware Twitter users responded with numerous #GodIsHere hash tags, leading both topics to be blocked from Twitter.
There is an electric eel in a Tennessee aquarium and the aquarium is hooked up to a computer that sends out a tweet from the electric eels twitter account whenever it discharges a high enough amount of electricity.
8000 people follow a twitter account called “Cologne Cathedral” that tweets “DONG” every hour. The amount of “DONGs” shows the time.
Conan O’Brien follows only one person on Twitter, a randomly chosen fan (Sarah Killen) who, since being followed in 2010, has gone from 3 to 138k followers.
North Korea is following 3 accounts on Twitter. Two are propaganda and the other is a 25 year old American from Texas. Nobody knows why.
“Friendstalker” was one of the early names considered for twitter.