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Braunohler's comedy makes the world seem just a little more absurd—one of his favorite activities is to go to CVS and buy greeting cards, write alternative messages in them, and then return said cards for future generations to laugh at. His Vine feed thus far is pretty experimental, and shows promise as a means for him to tell little odd stories in a condensed format.
The agile Agee has found plenty of ways to wrap Vine around his everyday life, documenting run-ins with giant disembodied hands and lightning-fast interviews with Brody Stevens. Here's that, and a veritable one-man magic show from last night:
Pure magic! vine.co/v/bnhEzWTVYlw— Steve Agee (@steveagee) February 5, 2013
If you enjoy consistently hilarious yet unknown people on Twitter, then feast your eye-nubs on this very funny (copyright TBS) feed by the mysterious Lanyard Twerk, who has been futzing around on Vine with her cat and her appendages.
Hubba hubba. vine.co/v/bJImlYi50Dm— lanyard (@lanyardtwerk) January 29, 2013
TJ Miller has a brain that works in mysterious ways, crafting jokes that are surreal and absurd, and sometimes just unabashedly silly. His Vine account is equally cryptic, including this gem that I still don't truly understand. Keep your eye on the hand around the skull.
Reggie Watts makes musical magic with simple patterns and looping, and his Vine account has all the components of a set in the making: a visual cacophony of images. Here's one from his own account, which is just the kind of thing Watts might use for a piece someday.
Day has always been an early adopter of new technology, so now we can revel in her odd flying-shark discoveries in real time (for six seconds).
I mean, this is a perfect excuse to be distracted from writing at this coffee shop right? vine.co/v/b1xieIKW15Y— Felicia Day (@feliciaday) February 3, 2013
Okay, to be fair, Mande has only posted one Vine so far, and it's just a bunch of shots of basketball games he was watching. But he's one of the best people to follow on Twitter—no inane celebrity is safe from his sneakily sarcastic retweets—so stick around and he'll likely post a whole lot more.
SATURDAY NIGHT!!! vine.co/v/b1jm75xH7hP— Joe Mande (@JoeMande) February 3, 2013