The Rundown: Funny Women Of Twitter

Above: 10 of our favourite funny women on Twitter
Above: 10 of our favourite funny women on Twitter

If you’re like me (and millions of other people), you probably spend a lot of time on Twitter and half the time, you’re probably wondering (like me again) why you follow about two-thirds of the people you follow because they:

(1) Say horribly inappropriate things that make you question if they’re trolling or insane
(2) Always want to argue with you about everything, just because, or
(3) Interject themselves into every conversation you’re having because they absolutely have to have something to say about everything.

So after you unfollow those clowns (or mute them, which is far more fun because they’ll forever wonder why you’re not responding to the tweets they’re sending you), add some joy and laughter to your life by following these funny women.

Note: I wanted to stay away from “celebrity funny people” because following Anna Kendrick and Sarah Silverman is obvious. Also, you should also follow my friend Julie Kedzie (@julesk_fighter) because she’s a horrible cook and an awesome person.

Li’l Edie Pentland (@JennyPentland)

Maura Quint (@behindyourback)

Studious Emma (@ermahgarton)

Ali Garfinkel (@aligarchy)

Scary VanderWerf (@shariv67)

Kelly Oxford (@kellyoxford)

Julieanne Smolinski (@BoobsRadley) Note: my mom thinks this is how the world works too.

Mamrie Hart (@Mametown)

Mary Charlene (@IamEnidColeslaw)

Shelby Fero (@shelbyfero)

E. Spencer Kyte

E. Spencer Kyte

E. Spencer Kyte is a freelance journalist based in Abbotsford, British Columbia, where he lives with his wife and dog. In addition to his work here, he writes about sports for Complex Canada and covers the UFC for various outlets. His mom also still tells him what to do on a regular basis, even though he’s nearly 40. He tweets from @spencerkyte.

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