Tom's Guide: "Want to follow God, Satan or fake Steve Jobs? Eager for 140-character pop-culture spoofs? Satirical twitter accounts are all the rage right now, and they’ve helped many people who otherwise thought the site was useless find a reason to use Twitter (hint: entertainment value).
While some parody accounts get shut down rather quickly (Twitter does actually have policies on the practice), others crop up to nab a place in the Twitter-jacking universe. We unravel the twenty most amusing fake Twitter feeds -- and tell you why we love ‘em. But first, a word of warning: some of these accounts might not exist anymore in a few weeks or months."