V3 has put together the top 100 tweeters for those of you new to Twitter, or looking for some inspiration on who to follow. For our final list, we're revealing the top 10 funniest tweeters.
Everyone on Twitter has an opinion, but not all tweeters are able to condense their thoughts into 140 characters, and actually be funny.
We have tried to keep the list to people who have actually been involved in technology, but you'd be hard pressed to find someone funny who tweets about tech 24/7, so we've taken some creative licence.
Top 10 Funniest Tweeters
Lord Alan Sugar @Lord_Sugar
Lord Sugar, or Shugs as @piersmorgan lovingly refers to him, uses Twitter so much, V3 wouldn’t be surprised to learn that he tweets in his sleep.
Always one to entertain, Shugs is also prone to having the odd barney on Twitter. Numerous people have incurred his wrath, including Chris Evans, Kirstie Allsopp and even Conservative MP Louise Mensch.
Being the chairman of Amshold Group, Shugs is well positioned to comment on all matters pertaining to tech. Well, kind of. Back in 2005 he uttered the infamous line: "Next Christmas the iPod will be dead, finished, gone, kaput." Relax, Shugs, we knew you were joking ... we think.
Simon Pegg @simonpegg
This is the man who co-wrote and starred in Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, two of the funniest British films in modern history. What more is there to say?
He also refers to light sabres and uses numerous expletives, in the most tasteful way possible, of course.
Shaquille O'Neal @SHAQ
The legendary basketball player has always been known for his larger-than-life personality on and off the court, so it's no surprise that his tweets are "very quotatious".
The Big Aristotle is always dishing out words of wisdom, and generally entertaining his followers. Shaq is such a big fan of Twitter that he announced his retirement from basketball using the platform.
He also knows more than his fair share about tech, and is on the advisory board of San Francisco social video startup Tout Industries.
Kevin Smith @ThatKevinSmith
Actor, writer, producer, director and all-round good egg, Kevin Smith tweets so regularly he could give Shugs a run for his money.
Smith is widely known for his portrayal of Silent Bob in numerous films, but he's very vocal on Twitter. Having seen An Evening with Kevin Smith live, we can confirm that he is the master storyteller, so his frequent disregard for the 140-character word limit is more than acceptable.
Jimmy Carr @jimmycarr
You'd struggle to find someone more suited to the 140-character limit than Jimmy Carr, as the man has made a very good living out of snappy one-liners.
In between stand-up gigs and presenting various TV shows, Jimmy takes to Twitter to keep his followers amused. Not only that, but he aims to educate as he regularly comments on the events from a particular day in history before landing a killer punch line.
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