It’s always entertaining to check in on brand tweets every once in a while for unintentional comedy. Trying to keep up a steady stream of banter from a candy or feminine hygiene brand is a recipe for moments of extreme awkwardness.
Here is the latest batch of completely stupid tweets from brands that have nothing to do with anything.
Skittles: This almost seems like the social media manager forgot to log on to their personal account, because this has nothing to do with Skittles.
I need a band to follow me everywhere playing a soundtrack to my life. That way I’ll know when something scary is about to happen.
— Skittles (@Skittles) April 4, 2013
Starburst: This makes zero sense.
Don’t you love getting outside in March? We’ve been craving some outdoor Starburst to go with our indoor Starburst.
— Starburst (@Starburst) March 12, 2013
Trident: What does gum have to do with dancing exactly?
More lights. More bass! More fun!! #letsdance
— Trident® Gum (@tridentgum) March 29, 2013
Kotex: Why is that even a question? Why?
What would life be like if everyday were like a period commercial?
— Kotex (@kotex) June 28, 2012
Snapple: Why are people wasting money on yoga classes and therapists when they could just grab a “centered” Snapple bottle? Oh right, because that is idiotic.
A wonky Wednesday calls for a centered Snapple. #rescueme
— Snapple® (@Snapple) March 14, 2013
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