Washington Redskins‘ quarterback Robert Griffin III should probably get his ACL a publicist.
While surfing the Twitter world today I came across it– Yes, his ACL. It’s tweeting. What else do you expect it to do while it’s healing up? It’s been a little more than a week since Dr. James Andrews performed Griffin’s surgery, so there’s a lot of time to talk.
According to a statement from Andrews he said, “We expect a full recovery and it is everybody’s hope and belief that due to Robert’s high motivation, he will be ready for the 2013 season.”
And what does the ACL think about this?
— RGIII’s ACL (@RG3s_ACL) January 18, 2013
I had to tweet back and his ACL rightfully replied:
— RGIII’s ACL (@RG3s_ACL) January 19, 2013
I think it’s funny, thus being the reason I’ve shared it with you. RG3s_ACL doesn’t have as many Twitter followers as his supporting body does (I’m sorry, I had to say it), but it’s growing its own following with 239 followers. Remember the Egyptian Cobra that broke out of the Bronx Zoo? It still has its own Twitter account with more than 196,000 followers. Its New Year’s tweet was epic:
Who wants to kiss me at midnight? Don’t worry no forked tongue. Happy New Year!
— Bronx Zoo’s Cobra (@BronxZoosCobra) January 1, 2013
Fake Twitter accounts like these, with the right handlers, can be extremely funny. However, if you’re going to be a poser and get in over your head like the person responsible for the Manti Te’o fake girlfriend extravaganza, take a pass on the idea.