Recently I’ve become a total Twitter monster. I can’t stop tweeting, and I can’t stop reading other people’s tweets. It’s fun to see what strangers are thinking! (Such as the “What the…?” tweets floating around about the World Cup being hosted in Qatar for 2022.)
Not all of the profiles on Twitter are random strangers or business trying to gain more followers as well as inform the public about their company’s latest news. Some Disney fans have created Twitter profiles to represent figures in the park, or to spread around some Disney love with trivia and quotes. Be sure to follow these profiles.
A few times a day, @Disney_Tweets posts little bits of Disney trivia and quotes from Walt Disney.
@MurphyTracker and @MurphyTDragon
While there may be two profiles representing our favorite Fantasmic! dragon, each is different. It’s like having both sides of Murphy’s brain on Twitter.
The beloved yeti from the Matterhorn won’t eat you; instead he’s taking time to tweet about your hat that just flew off.
They tweet quotes from Disney movies and tv shows. I love retweeting some of these.
It’s exactly what it sounds like — the seagulls from the buoy where theattraction is. Mine! Mine!
You can follow your favorite Innoventions host!
Yep, it’s true. You can read what the most wanted wench from the Pirates of the Caribbean ride has to say. (She says lots about @HaroldSnowman.)
There are lots more profiles like these out there, you’ve just got to find them! (A lot of them follow each other, so it’s really not THAT difficult to find them.)
Also, remember that Chip and Co. has a Twitter! You can follow us at @chipandcompany.
Some of our writers have personal Twitter accounts. You can follow me at @ocswaynee; Ken at @kenwdw; Lisa at @DisneyExplorer; Nancy at @affordablemouse; and Mike at @mikeellis2000; Chris is @chrisw889; and George (from 2 Lonely Deeks) at @biblioadonis.
Photo Courtesy of @MurphyTracker’s Twitter.
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