10 funny Vine profiles you must follow right now!
These days in comedy, you have to be on the up and up with all facets of new web technology in order to be visible to your audience. Comedians are using Twitter to get their latest 140 character joke to you, creating tumblrs to post content that reflect their personality, and even making web series using YouTube Channels. Not to mention podcasts! If you’re a comedian and don’t have a podcast, then you’re one of the few that doesn’t these days.
The latest piece of mobile technology comedians are using to reach fans is Vine. Vine lets you create customizable six-second videos that go beyond tweets and photos. Being called “the Instagram” of video, Vine allows the you to use start and stop recording so you can create montage-style clips of music, sports, and of course, cats.
Here are ten comedians using Vine hilariously to create a whole new interaction with their fans.
The great thing about T.J. Miller is you never know what to expect. Like any of his music videos, show Mash UP, and Gorburger YouTube series, Miller’s Vine videos involve random, often creepy acts of hilarity.
This video cost over 89 cents to produce. vine.co/v/b6X96aEaVmi
— T.J. Miller (@nottjmiller) February 20, 2013
Will Sasso is using his Vine account to just be silly and it’s working. The former MADtv star is using the social media platform to create unique characters who have repeating mini episodes like having conversations with Hulk Hogan or his ‘roided out persona named “Corey” who yells and hits punching bags with hammers.
Well it didn’t take long for this “Corey” dude to respond. Looks like he can dish it but can’t take it. vine.co/v/bwEBFVhduxz
— Will Sasso (@WillSasso) March 12, 2013
Matt Braunger is known for his manic energy that can sometimes delve into sheer ludicrous results. They usually star his friends and other comedians and the payoff payoff coming in the final moments is almost always worth it. Like Metal Space Fort or this one which literally made us drop our phone the first time we saw it.
Time to do my job. vine.co/v/bdu57ZuLIxZ
— Matt Braunger (@Braunger) March 12, 2013
The current editor of Thing X and former editor of The Onion shares Vine videos about what it’s like to be in way cooler situations than you like being in the chaos of the Super Bowl halftime show.
— Joe Randazzo (@Randazzoj) February 4, 2013
Known for his acting nods on the Sarah Silverman Program, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and Bob’s Burgers, Agee approaches his videos with dry humor and even references other people’s vines. Case in point him taking a swing at Will Sasso.
There are a lot of selfie video of comedian/musician Reggie Watts creepily staring into the camera as well as video of music events accompanied with narration by strange Reggie Watts voices.
— reggie watts (@reggiewatts) February 19, 2013
Braunohler’s Vine account kills with experimental comedy clips that give insight into the comedians offbeat lifestyle.
— kurt braunohler (@kurtbraunohler) February 5, 2013
It’s incredible the lengths Meekins will go to bring you the perfect vine video. She really gets into her shorts, which are essentially sketches with multiple costume changes. Meekin’s Vine almost entirely consist of dressing up her dogs to making them look like real people doing everyday human things like eating peanut butter sandwiches while wearing hoodies.
Behind the Scenes vine.co/v/bdaJPLez7zK
— MARLO meekins (@MarloMeekins) March 13, 2013
Whitney’s Chris D’Elia makes poignant and critical observations of the lame choices everyday people make in public followed up with a healthy smirk.
Hey Ma’am. vine.co/v/bHtjuatT6di
— Chris D’Elia (@chrisdelia)March 6, 2013
What are your favorite people on Vine? Shout ‘em out.
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