It's a game that's going to catch on, trust us. To get the ball rolling, we've kicked off with our own fantasy follow list below...
#FantasyFollow: Marilyn Monroe
You just know she'd love a selfie, and who knows, if Marilyn had Instagram maybe it wouldn't be Kim Kardashian who kicked off the belfie?
#FantasyFollow: Coco Chanel
Much like Karl Lagerfeld, Coco had a sharp tongue, quick wit and no nonsense attitude. This is one Twitter account we'd be hooked on.
#FantasyFollow: Ernest Hemingway
Obviously, we'd want literary snippets. But we'd also retweet a few of these too, "Always do sober what you said you'd do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut."
Elvis liked food. We like food. Just think of the food porn potential here?
#FantasyFollow: Jane Austen
Jane Austen's Twitter feed would be the most well constructed source of laugh-out-loud sarcasm ever. With added relationship advice.
#FantasyFollow: Albert Einstein
Were Albert Einstein on Twitter, it's likely we'd all be more intelligent.
#FantasyFollow: Claude Monet
Monet would kick ass on Instagram.
#FantasyFollow: John Lennon
You're on the commute. You're angry, temporarily depressed, hungry and irritated all at once. Then John Lennon has something to say. #imagine
#FantasyFollow: Audrey Hepburn
She'd hate it, all of it. But we'd love her pictures so much, that she might join Twitter and Instagram anyway. A bit like VB.
#FantasyFollow: Virginia Woolf
The Twitter feed you'd read when the world's gone mad and you need some sense and perspective. Or a feisty female boost. For example, "I read the book of Job last night, I don't think God comes out well in it."
Who's game to share their own #fantasyfollow list?
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