Top Ten Tuesday: Characters I’d Follow On Social Media

Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl

I’ve been looking forward to this topic for weeks! There are so many characters to choose from that I had trouble narrowing my list down to only ten people.

1. Sherlock Holmes 

Imagine all of the fun he’d have figuring out who the bots and sock puppets were! Once he’d found some genuine people to follow, I think Sherlock would enjoy getting to know them (and potentially discovering their secrets) even more. Facebook seems like it would be his social media platform of choice if he wasn’t still using Myspace.

2. Diana Barry from L.M. Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables Series

Diana seems like the sort of person who would love Pinterest for the recipe collections alone. Maybe she’d even convince Anne to sign up, too.

3. James Bond 

His Tinder and OkCupid accounts would be incredibly flirtatious.

His LinkedIn account would not be, although the writing style would be so similar that anyone who had accounts on all of these sites would recognize him even before they looked at his stylish photos.

4. Starr Carter from Angie Thomas’ The Hate U Give 

Her tweets could go viral within a few hours. I suspect she’d keep her Instagram and Snapchat pages private, though, so that she’d have somewhere to go to talk about things she didn’t want the local news reporting on.

5. Fred and George Weasley
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Their Instagram stories and Snapchats about all of the pranks they pulled would be legendary. We’d just have to make sure their parents never found out they had accounts on these sites.

6. Bigfoot

Somehow his Facebook account would acquire thousands of followers despite the fact that he rarely if ever would actually update it.

7. Jane Eyre

Imagine all of the long, rambling updates she’d leave on LiveJournal. I’d like to think she’d have an anonymous Twitter account, too, to document the evidence of the ghost that she thought might be haunting her new employer’s house.

8. Albus Dumbledore

His Youtube videos would be a minimum of thirty minutes long. If you aced the quiz at the end, you might get rewarded with some wizardly sweets.

9. Moby Dick

His Instagram feed would be completely devoid of hashtags or or explanations of his oceanic home. All we’d see would be photos of places few humans have ever seen before.

10. The Cat in the Hat 

Would he occasionally troll people on every social media platform he could find? Yes. Would I find his status updates amusing anyway? Yes.


  1. Hahaha I love the thought of James Bond on LinkedIn! I’d love to follow your version of Jane Eyre, too, and Fred and George would have the best Instagram stories.

  2. Oh my gosh, yes, Fred and George would be fabulous! How fun would it be to watch their antics from the safety of behind your computer screen, where you can laugh all you want without having to worry about being an unwitting victim. xD

    Here’s my TTT post.

  3. Albus Dumbledore would be a fun follow. I can only imagine what The Cat in the Hat would have to say. LOL

  4. Oh my gosh these are so great! Dumbledore’s would be such a blast to follow!

  5. Jane Eyre and Dumbledore would be fun to follow!

  6. Love these choice. Sherlock would be amazing on Twitter.

    Here is my TTT

  7. Fantastic call on Sherlock Holmes!!!’

  8. Sherlock Holmes would call out everyone! I just learned what a sock puppet was, LOL.

    Two of my characters have fake accounts but it’s obvious they aren’t real.

  9. I would definitely follow Fred and George’s Instagram stories, they’d be hilarious 🙂

  10. Connie @ Seasons of Words says

    I’m so glad I wasn’t the only person who thought of Sherlock for this prompt! Love this list!

  11. I imagine Sherlock’s feed would be crazy and eclectic, but really entertaining.

  12. I love your Cat in the Hat pick. I can definitely see him as a troll.

  13. Christine @ LifeWithAllTheBooks says

    Fred and George would be so funny on social media! Great choices ?

  14. Oh, yes, so many good ones! Especially Sherlock Holmes. How cool would that be?!

    Great post!

  15. Hahaha, The Cat in the Hat. Awesome.

  16. Cat in the Hat would be the best! Haha love your choices! Sherlock Holmes and oh wow Bond too. Yikes lol.

    Bigfoot!!!! :):)

  17. Oh Fred and George Wesley! They will definitely have a very interesting social media accounts, they would even be selling their products online for wider reach! ?

  18. The Cat in the Hat as a social media troll is hilarious. Great list!

  19. Fred & George’s pranks would be so fun to follow. Although, ughh people don’t have as much of a sense of humor online anymore 🙁 They’d probably get dragged.

    Also, LOL to The Cat in the Hat being a troll. I could totally see it!

    • I could totally see them getting dragged occasionally. But the right audience would understand what they were doing.

  20. I love these choices
    I’m gonna need the link to James Bond’s profiles, for research purposes

  21. Sherlock and James Bond?! I LOVE those picks! I am still giggling at the idea of James’ OkCupid accounts!!

  22. Bigfoot, I love it! I just recently read an ARC by Max Brooks called Devolution that was about Bigfoot/feet. Although I’m not sure how fun they’d be on social media, I think someone like Harry from Harry and the Hendersons would be more my style 😛

    Also love Moby Dick, except I’m picturing not only the photos but phonetic whale song posts too haha. Awesome list!

    • Wow, that book sounds good. I’ll keep an eye out for this year.

      And, yeah, Moby Dick would totally share phonetic whale songs.

  23. Favorite list so far!!

  24. OMG Sherlock is such a great choice!!

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