Dan Radcliffe: “Only epigrammatic people should be on Twitter”
1 : a concise poem dealing pointedly and very good site often satirically with a single thought or event and often ending with an ingenious turn of thought
2 : a terse, sage, or witty and often paradoxical saying
3 : epigrammatic expression
Let’s talk Twitter.
Dan has mentioned countless times that he doesn’t have a Twitter account, so it stands repeating – he doesn’t have a Twitter account. He just doesn’t, however much some of us may want him to.
Unfortunately, over 300,000 of you have been fooled by @Danieiradciiffe, who is neither concise nor witty, and really doesn’t fool anyone who knows the slightest thing about Dan Radcliffe. ‘He’ does have the good taste to list danradcliffe.com as his website, but I assure you that we are in no way affiliated with fake!Dan.
@Danieiradciiffe, @jacobgerson, @danradcliffee, and @DanielRadcliff1 are all fakes. Dan’s representatives are aware of these fake accounts. Fake accounts may seem innocuous, but people are quick to believe what they read on the internet and there are unscrupulous people willing to generic propecia in canada exploit that.
If and when Dan does join Twitter, you’ll read about it here and on other fan websites, and he will have a little blue ‘verified’ symbol next to his user name.
So, unfollow the fakes (and if you haven’t already, follow us) and make your Twitter feed a much nicer place.