Since its conception in 2006, Twitter has become the aggregate of all things #Internet. Sure, it's condensed our attention span to 140 characters, but, hey, that's just the nature of #life. News platforms thrive off of it, and celebrities are able to connect with their fans through it. But, Twitter also plays host to countless quick-witted, snarky, and tongue-in-cheek personalties guaranteed to get the people ROFLMAO.
From Beyoncé and Drake fan fictions to the daily musings of one cat, parody accounts are half — okay, three-quarters — of the reason why Twitter freakin' rules. (News, like actual, breaking news, is obviously very important, too.)