Samuel L. Jackson Joins Twitter: Hold On To Your Butts

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The much-loved and frequently quoted Samuel L. Jackson has officially brought his voice to Twitter, and we should all rejoice.

Here's a man who doesn't just say the word motherf**ker, he owns the word. Samuel L. Jackson has graced some of my favorite movies of all time - Pulp Fiction, Menace II Society, Jurassic Park, Jackie Brown - the list could go on. And for that, he deserves a follow.

It appears that quite a few Twitters agree with me, as after just under 24 hours on the service and 11 tweets in, Mr. Jackson has already amassed nearly 90,000 followers. It appears that his particular brand of salty language is a welcome addition to the Twitterverse.

So far, he hasn't disappointed -

Can-a muh fukkasay fuck on here? 22 hours ago via Twitter for iPad · powered by @socialditto

I'm feelin' da love! U got a muhfukka all choked up! 15 hours ago via Twitter for iPad · powered by @socialditto

And he's already doing a good job of interacting with fellow Twitter users -

@annanamous I got gnats in my muthafukkin' dressing room! 16 hours ago via Twitter for iPad · powered by @socialditto

If at first you thought this might be a fake Twitter account, you aren't alone. But it has already been verified by Twitter.

In honor of Sam joining Twitter, I've compiled some of his best and most memorable scenes from the big screen. I'm sure I don't have to remind you that they are most definitely NSFW:

From Pulp Fiction, Jules reacts to Vincent shooting Marvin in the face -

From Jurassic Park, He hates this hacker crap -

From Menace II Society, He just wants his money -

From Jackie Brown, discussing chicks with guns -

From A Time to Kill, yes they deserve to die and he hopes they burn in hell -

From Snakes on a Plane - he really is tired of all the snakes -

From Pulp Fiction, "They speak English in What?" -

From Coming To America, he's quite the inept McDowell's robber -

Finally, the final scene of the (only) great Shyamalan movie Unbreakable. Spoiler alert (obviously) -

What's your favorite clip? Will you follow Samuel L. Jackson on Twitter? Let us know in the comments

Josh Wolford
Josh Wolford is a writer for WebProNews. He likes beer, Japanese food, and movies that make him feel weird afterward. Mostly beer. Follow him on Twitter: @joshgwolf Instagram: @joshgwolf Google+: Joshua Wolford StumbleUpon: joshgwolf