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The words "genius" and "social media" aren't two things you usually see together. When one thinks of a "social media star," images of obnoxious YouTubers or demonically photogenic Vine stars come to mind. The algorithm-driven incentive structure of various platforms causes toxic feedback loops that seem, always, to push the most insufferable personalities to the top; this usually continues until they inevitably collapse in on themselves through their own mistakes , like a souffle of narcissism and hubris presenting itself as "content. But there is one pure, consistent, and low-key cult figure who exists among the rubble, and his name is dril.

Twitter legend @dril gets an Adult Swim show

Twitter legend @dril gets an Adult Swim show » LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

The account posts strange, non-sequitur humor, and often posts by celebrities and politicians are placed side-by-side with old dril tweets that go by a similar theme. His most famous tweets:. Now, per a tweet last week, dril is going to have an online TV series with Adult Swim. According to a minute-long trailer, the show is called Truthpoint, and co-stars dril himself — in a cartoonish mask — opposite a co-host going by the name Erik Estevez-Olsen.

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The account, its author, and the character associated with the tweets are all commonly referred to as dril the handle without the at sign or wint the account's display name , both rendered lowercase but often capitalized by others. Since his first tweet in , dril has become a popular and influential Twitter user with more than one million followers. The character associated with dril is highly distinctive, often described as a bizarre reflection of a typical male American Internet user. Other social media users have repurposed dril's tweets for humorous or satiric effect in a variety of political and cultural contexts. Many of dril's tweets, phrases, and tropes have become familiar parts of Internet slang.