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I’m young and curious. And somehow found myself a selection of peculiar Twitter accounts. What’s interesting is that most of these accounts started in 2007, and have very few followers, and generally fewer tweets.  So whether you think Twitter is Great or you’re on team ‘Fuck Twitter’ – it’s definitely the topic of conversation.

There was one, however, that stuck out, and is still active. But I am giving you full warning now: it’s hardcore.  Like NSFW hardcore.

http://twitter.com/fuck
Twittering my life as a sex addict.” NSFW: Active, 106 followers, 41 updates. Tweets only from 2009. I suspect account open for longer.

Hey name is Candy, and she’s blonde.  There’s got to be a business in this surely.

What do you think? Profane for profane’s sake? Or intimate look into the life of a young American woman?

And then of course there were the others that were worth a sneaky peak.

http://twitter.com/cocaine
This was the first account I looked up. 1 tweet. From April 07.

http://twitter.com/heroin
Inactive, since June 07. 1 update.

http://twitter.com/drugs
No info.

http://twitter.com/cunt
Inactive since may 07

http://twitter.com/mdma
Inactive since March 07

http://twitter.com/ecstasy
Private account, 1 follower

Update:

From @ozdj: http://twitter.com/The_C_Word

Jye Smith is currently Senior Vice President, Head of Strategy & Operations, Asia Pacific at Weber Shandwick. Ranked in B&Ts 30 Under 30, Jye a regular keynote speaker and workshop facilitator who specialises in digital and social media strategist.

There are 4 comments for this article
  1. Andrew McMillen at 4:16 pm

    I dunno about ‘active’, since it’s been quiet for two months.. but yes, quite graphic. Nice research! Haha.

  2. Jye Author at 4:16 pm

    Actually — you know what, at time of first putting this together, it would have been two months ago! Should probably clear that up.

  3. Karalee_ at 10:25 pm

    Hmmmm, me thinks it is censorship American style – come to think about it, Aussie style too – Gov’t (or nonprofits) take up all the bad/naughty words so that poor consumers can’t harm their souls by using the naughty-word accounts.

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