Whether you want a blast from the past or an accompaniment to your soap watching experience, these people will brighten up your day, in 140 characters or less.
David Wicks from EastEnders
An account for EastEnders fans who aren't afraid of some crass man chat. We've selected a slightly less extreme example of his soapside offerings.
THE DON does not wear shirts from the market. #EastEnders— David Wicks (@BigDavidWicks) February 4, 2014
Cher Horowitz from Clueless
The present day Clueless is just amazing. She is an imaginary version of Miss Horowitz in the world of Instagram, Nandos and gel manicures.
I mean, ordinarily I'd strut around in my cutest little outfits and Instagram all my sexiest selfies but I couldn't do that with Josh.— Present Day Clueless (@ModernClueless) January 24, 2014
Alan from The Hangover
Woolfpack Alan is full of the mad ramblings of a man who wears a bum-bag and drugs his friends. You can imagine what sort of things he says.
Raisin cookies that look like chocolate chip cookies are the main reason I have trust issues— Wolfpack Alan Garner (@WolfpackAlanG) December 12, 2012
Voldemort from Harry Potter
If Voldemort was alive, and you know real, he'd apparently be watching a lot of TV and commenting as he went. We love it.
Bellatrix just won a Grammy! #Lorde— The Dark Lord (@Lord_Voldemort7) January 27, 2014
The GQ Man
OK so this technically isn't a character you know and love, but chances are you've met this guy at least once.
This account is dedicated to all the very manly, very wealthy nonsense to come from GQ or its average reader.
In some UK schools children as old as 10 don't know the difference between a full and half Windsor knot. We sent Tinie Tempah to investigate— GQ_Is_Manly (@GQ_Is_Manly) January 11, 2014
If you follow anyone who needs to be on the list, let us know. We can always use some 4pm jokes to go with our inevitable biscuit binge. Tweet us @handbagcom
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