Celebrities are just like everybody else, right? Well, at least, that's what we've always been told. Personally, we figure if they were really like everybody else, then they wouldn't be celebrities,
they would just be like, you know, everybody else. But, whether or not famous people are nothing more than your average Joes and/or Janes is all beside the point. What really matters here is that sometimes celebrities are entertaining on social media, and we will definitely turn up for that every single time.
To save you guys some time, we've found these 15 times celebrities exceeded Twitter's hilarity limit for your amusement—and, as an added bonus, we're not even going to charge you to look at them! Today must be your lucky day.


The Sprouse Brothers make this world a better place, y'all
Can you even imagine what life would be if there were no Dylan and Cole Sprouse? We can. It would be a miserable existence, with no The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, no Riverdale and, most disturbingly, no hilarious social media exchanges like this. Life as we know it would be significantly less cool, so read this little convo between the Sprouse brothers, then read it again. After that, pause and reflect on how truly lucky we all are to have them here.
On the plus side, we finally feel better about constantly getting Zack and Cody mixed up on the show. If Cole and Dylan can't even be bothered to keep track of who they are, we fans shouldn't feel bad about getting them confused, either.
Harry Potter and the Author Who Gave Zero Hecks
Well, the "J.K." in Ms. Rowling's name definitely doesn't stand for "just kidding", we know that for a fact, now. Better not get on the wrong side of her, not unless you enjoy getting your butt handed to you.



If you follow the Harry Potter author on Twitter, you've probably figured out by now that she doesn't mind taking people to the mat, and unfortunately for them, with her scathing tongue, she usually wins. And besides, even if, by some miracle, you were able to best her in an argument, even if you did beat J.K. Rowling, you'll never truly beat J.K. Rowling, you know? Like, you might be able to make her cry, but she'll be just fine because she's got your dollars to dry her tears on.
Retail workers can relate to this on a deep, deep level
Is this Tweet a lyric from the song "Radioactive" by Imagine Dragons? Because we "feel it in our bones", it's just so darn relatable. If Anna Kendrick gets any more real with her tweets, we're going to have to invest in a new gut to bust—and what with the holiday season, we just aren't sure that we've got the extra cash to pay for that right now. Hmm...we wonder if insurance will help cover it?
We feel like this tweet was specifically made for retail workers because as much as we can relate to disliking other people, we bet anybody who works in the service industry can relate to it a million times more. Maybe this is a sign for us, as a society, to be nicer? Hmmm. Nah!
The unbelievable conspiracy Ariana Grande doesn't want you to know about
With all of the fraudsters and users in this world, we're just glad that we have people like this guy out there, determined to expose the liars for who they really are. We mean, if Jesse, here, hadn't chosen to use his valuable time to try to sit like that on a wooden bar stool, we might never have known that the cover of one of Ariana Grande's albums was likely Photoshopped! And sure, we'll probably never need to know that information, but still, it's good to know.


Well, you may or may not enjoy Ariana Grande's music, that's all up to you. But, you have to admit, the girl knows how to clapback in a politely savage way. That's a tough thing to do. It takes skill.
He's firm but fair
As a parent, you want to let your kids be kids, but at the same time, you know that the sooner you can teach them about the way the world works, the better off they'll be. So, even though it can be tough sometimes, you have to deliberately hand them the fuzzy end of the sucker, just so they don't get hit harder later on in life.
Conan O'Brien knows this, that's why he has bravely undertaken his fatherly duty. Rest assured, he didn't want to have to eat his kids' ice creams. But, do you know what he didn't want even more than that? Have his kids come back in twenty years and blame him for not teaching them about taxes. He was firm, sure. But he was fair.

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