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There’s Not Enough Banal Chatter On Twitter So Celebrities Make Accounts For Their Kids

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shutterstock_143507059__1372445050_142.196.156.251What’s up with famous people making Twitter accounts for their infants and toddlers? Reading one of those is like watching bad stand-up comedy. It’s painful and kind of embarrassing and we all hate it, right? Melissa Joan Hart didn’t get the memo. She’s made an account for her infant, Tucker.

To be fair, the account is only one day old, so maybe Hart just hasn’t figured out how her infant should be approaching Twitter yet:

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“Goo goo (Spit up) Gaa gaa (Burp)” got 16 favorites and six retweets? Really? They must be family. I mean, is this child a babbling, burping infant or a wunderkind that changes diapers? We don’t have enough information yet. He has provided us with the priceless knowledge that there is a “poop rocks” hashtag. Reading that feed is 30 seconds of my life I’ll never get back, so I thought I’d share the wealth. You’re welcome.

Apparently, I’m not the only one annoyed by this rookie usage of of Twitter. The one and only North West, aka @AmericasBaby1 is already fed up with Tucker, too:

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Proof that the whole “I cannot speak yet but I have a Twitter account” can be done right. Just not by the actual parents of celebrity babies. Clearly, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian aren’t the brains behind this account. Unless Jenny Johnson ever has a baby and decides to make it tweet, I don’t want to see any more actual celebrities following this trend. Didn’t you all learn anything from Tori Spelling?

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Tori, while I appreciate the effort to make your child emulate Prince with the use of the lowercase letter/number combo – the rest of the feed is really a snoozefest filled with unfunny. Also, he’s kind of sexist. You should try to fix that.

I’ll be watching closely to see how little Tucker’s Twitter personality unfolds. The suspense is killing me.

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