Tuesday, 7th April, 2020


Man signs up on Twitter to change the world

06, Feb 2013 By Pagal Patrakar

New Delhi. All set to prove how everyone is wrong and he is right on issues he believes he has unparalleled expertise in, 37-year-old Sunil Datta today signed up for the micro-blogging website Twitter.

Twitter Fights
An artist’s impression of Twitter conversations

“There are morons like the guy running Faking News, who has around 1.5 lakhs followers. I know real stuff!” Mr. Datta told a weekly magazine Thenga, where he appeared as an expert on the issue of rising corruption engendered by cows being revered in the Indian society.

Sunil has many such theories, which he wants “Neanderthals” and “Trolls” to accept unconditionally as he is a scholar of these subjects. His scholastic merit is undeniable according to his sources, who happen to be mostly himself, according to our sources.

For his noble cause, he has chosen Twitter.

“One by one, I’m going to change them,” the 37-year-old with a 7.2 MBPS broadband connection declared.

When asked how he plans to make his voice heard when there were literally millions of Twitter users doing the same stuff, Sunil said that he was not scared of fascist forces (sic.).

Meanwhile a Twitter user, who had joined the website with a similar intent two years ago, deactivated his account a few hours back.

“Yes, I could change the world,” the user told Faking News on conditions of anonymity, “That is my own world – from real to virtual.”