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Watch Nick Offerman Read Celebrity Tweets While Woodworking

Twitter could be an amazing place to learn about politics, science and the arts, but it’s mostly just Kim Kardashian telling you what she had for lunch. Nick Offerman, aka Ron Swanson of ‘Parks and Recreation,’ would like to point out how hilariously moronic most of the things young celebrities decide to share with us actually are.

In a reprise of his popular bit for ‘Conan,’ Offerman reads us some significant tweets from people like Demi Lovato and Miranda Cosgrove, all while he saws lumber and handles power tools. He doesn’t appear to be the least bit phased either, and that’s exactly what makes this hilarious.

That and how embarrassingly trite some of these people truly are.

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