This Twitter Account Reacts To The Bad News In Your Timeline With an Infinite Scream

The Scream, 1895

The Scream, 1895 Edvard Munch

I’ve begun dreading the news on Twitter each morning, and have retreated to art as a place of refuge. I was so relieved to find that one of my favorite artworks feels the same way. @infinite_scream is a Twitter account impersonating Edvard Munch’s famous work “The Scream;” it responds to any mentions with a shriek (example: AAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHH). According to @NoraReed, creator of the account, “the greatest thing about @infinite_scream is that the world is terrible, so every time it tweets it will appear to be reacting to your timeline.Sometimes it helps just to let it out.  

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This Twitter Account Reacts To The Bad News In Your Timeline With an Infinite Scream