Three funny startup Twitter accounts you should follow for the LOLs

Even the most ardent startup advocates have to admit there is lot of scope for humour in the heady realm of tech, big goals and new businesses.

 

So perhaps it’s unsurprising that there are a host of satiric startup Twitter accounts out there, making light of serious issues or sending up the stereotypes.

 

Here are our top three to follow:

 

PHP_CEO

 

A send-up of a chief executive at a fictional programming company, this account taps into the crazy expectations of startups as well as the perennial tension and misunderstandings between developers and non-technical team members.

 

 

With every tweet delivered in all-caps, following this account is a good way to jolt your day with a friendly reminder of startup angst.

 

 

PanderDaily

 

Part startup satire and part startup media satire, @NextTechBlog makes fun off the way startups get covered and the themes often explored by startup publications.

 

The account pokes fun at overused headlines:

 

 

And people who inspire these stories:

 

 

Startup L. Jackson

 

Back on the rougher end of the humour spectrum, Startup L Jackson sends out edgy tweets and occasionally profanity laden missives about startups and technology.

 

For example, this was his contribution to the leading startup conference South by South West’s hashtag.

 

 

With a sense of humour built around the ‘everyone is thinking it’ style, he also offers fashion advice for founders dithering between looks and the thought process thousands must go through when a startup makes it big:

 

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