Follow Friday: @KevinSeccia
A lot of Twitter users take to the platform to test out their latest jokes and quips, but certain people truly excel at making us laugh with the available characters and constraints. With the Internet being such a big place, it can be difficult to find the comedians most worthy of your RTs and favs. Each Friday we feature one person whose consistent short-form online humor deserves your attention and to be on your Twitter feed.
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This week, we’re recommending the Twitter feed of comedian Kevin Seccia (@Kevin Seccia). He’s a bicoastal TV writer and author who penned the book Punching Tom Hanks and has also written jokes for Ellen DeGeneres in addition to writing for Attack of the Show and the TV version of Kung Fu Panda. In addition to all that stuff, Seccia is really funny on Twitter. Check out a collection of his best tweets below:
We’d be in a lot better shape as a society if the act of turning a ball cap around sterilized you.
— Kevin Seccia (@kevinseccia) September 3, 2013
Adults who change their profile pictures more than once a year make me uncomfortable. — Kevin Seccia (@kevinseccia) December 20, 2013
We need to make it harder to get on the Internet. It should involve going outside and telling an attractive person what you plan to write. — Kevin Seccia (@kevinseccia) December 15, 2013
My voice will never be higher or shakier than when I’m saying “No, I know!” after someone’s, “We’ve met.”
— Kevin Seccia (@kevinseccia) December 7, 2013
Rush Limbaugh is what’s created when the formula that made Swamp Thing is instead poured over YouTube comments and a glazed ham.
— Kevin Seccia (@kevinseccia) March 1, 2012
It is my mission to never find out what Upworthy is. — Kevin Seccia (@kevinseccia) December 6, 2013
Back home, finally got an update for my mom on that one acquaintance from 4th grade she’s asked about non stop for 20 years. “She’s good.” — Kevin Seccia (@kevinseccia) December 1, 2013
My dog and I play this fun little game where whatever I do is irrelevant because she is a creature who understands only food and shelter.
— Kevin Seccia (@kevinseccia) December 4, 2013
What’s with these adults in their 30s hanging out with that one dude who’s like four? WHAT is that about?! Hah takes all kinds, I guess.
— Kevin Seccia (@kevinseccia) November 16, 2013
The Internet is obsessed with porn, talking about the 90s, and things that sound like jokes but aren’t. It is the guy you hate at work. — Kevin Seccia (@kevinseccia) November 13, 2013
When did obsessing over celebrities’ lives go from a shameful activity of sad people to a “hilarious” thing that’s now expected of everyone? — Kevin Seccia (@kevinseccia) November 10, 2013
Is it too late for me to start watching Doctor Who, if I’ve already had sex?
— Kevin Seccia (@kevinseccia) October 21, 2013
The downside of society is there’s absolutely no way to avoid hearing about dumb shit.
— Kevin Seccia (@kevinseccia) December 3, 2013
It’d be refreshing to hear just one racist admit “You know, I actually DON’T have any black friends. Is that weird? You think it’s related?” — Kevin Seccia (@kevinseccia) December 5, 2013
I want to show up at a party with a guitar case and watch everyone frown, then pop open the case and it’s full of tacos and everyone cheers.
— Kevin Seccia (@kevinseccia) May 11, 2012
I hope the Carrie remake can finally shed a light on how bullying negatively affects kids born with beautiful, movie star-quality looks.
— Kevin Seccia (@kevinseccia) October 17, 2013