We’re unsure if the brains behind these Twitter handles are seriously-talented social media departments, or oddballs with way too much time on their hands. Either way, these Twitter accounts are just too much.
From the cheeky Cantina Burrito to the autumnal PSL, follow these food items on Twitter and you will be endlessly entertained.
RT if you could eat this pic.twitter.com/ts3BqDPruI
— Pizza (@tweetIikeapizza) September 9, 2014
Twitter handle: @tweetlikeapizza
Reasons you should follow this Twitter account: “7 days without pizza makes one weak,” “If bae gives you the last slice of pizza, you know it’s real,” and “people who don’t like pizza are people you don’t need in your life.” There’s so many valuable life lessons coming from this account on the reg, it’s insane.
Sometimes delicious kale just wants a nice massage after a long day of photosynthesis and murder
— Kale (@daily_kale) May 31, 2014
Twitter handle: @daily_kale
Turns out kale is sarcastic, obsessed with Misha Collins, and more than a little…murderous? According to kale’s account, this superfood is super savage.
The Hunger Games were over a McRib.
— McRib Sandwich (@McRibSandwich) November 21, 2013
Twitter handle: @McRibSandwich
For such an iconic figure in popular culture, it’s surprising the McRib isn’t as popular on Twitter as some of its food peers. That said, McRib is working to push its way back into the cultural zeitgeist by verbally inserting itself into everything from Taylor Swift to Banksy. The (unsanctioned by McDonalds) seasonal sandwich also enjoys hinting at what it might be made of (e.g. horsemeat, llama knees, and porcupine).
It’s less about eating and more about conquering. pic.twitter.com/dmcKYh1Z2J
— Baconator (@IAmBaconator) August 13, 2014
Twitter handle: @IAmBaconator
Unlike the McRib, Baconator is the Real Deal—verified and everything. Chock full of Baconator photos, memes, and nuggets of “bacon wisdom,” we don’t recommend following if you’re on a diet. Or a vegan. Definitely don’t follow if you’re vegan.
A (Simple) Bagel
instead of spending your back to school money on pencils or crack cocaine try getting something useful like a bagel
— simple bagel (@simplebagel) July 29, 2014
Twitter handle: @simplebagel
This bagel is actually a sassy high school student with a sense of humor. For its Tweets, the Simple Bagel draws upon the Disney Channel, total absurdity, and the fact that it recently did the Ice Bucket Challenge. Total Twitter celeb right here.
Pumpkin Spice Latté
— Pumpkin Spice Latte (@TheRealPSL) August 27, 2014
Twitter handle: @TheRealPSL
Followers: 82.8K (and rapidly expanding)
We’re calling it now: 2014 is the year of the PSL, and you have social media to thank for it. Even @TheFatJewish is trolling the PSL, so you know it’s real.
— Bacon (@Baconfeed) April 27, 2013
Twitter handle: @BaconFeed
All your bacon needs in one convenient location. Consider BaconFeed the bacon aggregator you didn’t even know you wanted. Bacon retweets, bacon Vines, bacon Instagram posts—there’s so much bacon here it’ll have you feeling like a pig.
A Bag of Funyuns
— Bag of Funyuns (@funyunsbag) December 3, 2013
Twitter handle: @funyunsbag
Unlike some of the other accounts on this list, there is no ambiguity as far as FunyunsBag is concerned: they really are a bag of onion-flavored rings. That’s why they don’t tweet all that much. Essentially, FunyunsBag is just a personal Twitter account with a bunch of Funyuns-centered content. Which is exactly why it’s great.
Mission Cantina Burrito
Burritos amirite pic.twitter.com/FzAtgLlvSu
— Cantina Burrito (@cantinaburrito) August 16, 2014
Twitter handle: @cantinaburrito
NYC-based Mission Cantina Burritos’ delicious-looking cover photo is among the top reasons you should check out the account. Also, because it seems as if it’s run by someone who likes to get high and think about burritos (Danny Bowien, are you out there?).