Spoilers from Star Wars: The Force Awakens ahead.
…but seriously, why haven’t you seen Star Wars yet??
The Force Awakens has been blowing the doors off box office records since it first hit theaters, and it seems that there is always something new and awesome coming out on social media or in stores for Star Wars fans, be it Daisy Ridley deadlifting 176 pounds or a new BB-8 toy that you can basically control with The Force, there’s something for everyone. There’s also something for the snarky, smart-ass part of the fandom.
Undoubtedly, you’ve heard of the ridiculously hilarious parody account, Emo Kylo Ren, by now. His inquiries to Hot Topic, retellings of his adventures with Hux, and the strained relationship with his father is Twitter gold. But just in case you’ve started to get tired of Kylo’s angst-filled rants (though I highly doubt that’s physically possible), there’s another Force Awakens parody account on the block: Very Lonely Luke.
I’ll never forget my words to Leia before I left forever I looked in her eyes and said, “Don’t touch my stuff.” I bet she touched my stuff
— Very Lonely Luke (@VeryLonelyLuke) January 6, 2016
Wondered what Luke was up to since he went missing after Kylo’s turn to the Dark Side? Well, this Twitter gives you a bit of an insight…or, at least, it chronicles how the solitude has slowly driven him mad.
“You will be my friend” No reply “You WILL be my friend” No reply “YOU WILL BE MY FRIEND” This rock is immune. I move to the next one. — Very Lonely Luke (@VeryLonelyLuke) January 6, 2016
If nothing else, Very Lonely Luke is a hell of a lot chattier than the actual Luke from Force Awakens. Though, Rey’s definitely about to have a super awkward conversation with Luke about the state of his buddy Han…
Everyone in my family gets murdered: Grandma – sand people Aunt & uncle – stormtroopers Dad – emperor Mom – Dad At least Han & Leia are OK
— Very Lonely Luke (@VeryLonelyLuke) January 4, 2016
Seriously, this Twitter is the best thing ever. I highly recommend shotgunning Luke’s tweets with an Emo Kylo Ren chaser (or vice versa). Just be careful when showing it to friends who haven’t seen Force Awakens yet, since there are definitely spoilers sprinkled throughout–but seriously, if you have a friend who hasn’t seen the movie yet, take them to see it.
Have you followed Very Lonely Luke yet? What are some of your favorite Lonely Luke tweets? Let me know that and your other favorite Force Awakens parody Twitters in the comments!
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