Brand New Website Proving To be Incredibly Popular Among Fake Twitter Accounts
MANAGEMENT and staff at a brand new current affairs website have expressed their joy at how popular the new site is proving to be, after it clocked up over 100,000 fake Twitter followers in less than a week.
Ain’t It Irish.com, a media aggregation site which gathers all the best bits of the internet into one handy click-friendly hub, launched earlier in August, allowing online users to view all the day’s best vines, viral videos and funny tweets in one place.
A Twitter account set up for the new site has proved to be incredibly popular, particularly with people who want to tell you how you can earn $10,000 by working from home, teenage girls who run cam shows, and Twitter users who offer links to sites where you can buy an iPhone for 50c.
“OMG! Ain’t it irish is the best site ever!” said Twitter user @sexykitty69xXxXx, who was among the latest batch of 30,000 accounts to follow Ain’t It Irish in a five-minute burst.
“For more videos like this, clik my link and enter code ‘Sexy Kitty’ for privater camshow X xx”.
American Tweeter Markus 7866, also a follower of Ain’t It Irish, added that he had found a way to quit his job and earn hundreds of thousands of dollars by working just an hour a day, a sentiment which was echoed by Markus 7867, Markus 7868, Markus 7869, and Markus 7870.
Markus 7871 has yet to comment.
In addition to their immediate popularity, Ain’t it Irish has also offered a free iPhone to anyone who follows them between now and Friday, where the winner will be drawn from a hat containing the names of Twitter users who they promise absolutely exist, honest to God.