Highlights from parody Twitter account @EpcotCentre

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If Epcot was a living, breathing person, what would it say? Parody Twitter account @EpcotCentre stopped thinking about this question and started tweeting. The account puts words in Epcot's mouth via what appears to be a park employee who truly loves working there. Filled with observational humor and the occasional Q&A session, called #EpcotMailbag, the account has been tweeting since October of last year and it's pretty damn funny. Here are some highlights:

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@EpcotCentre's first Tweet (aww!)

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It's tough when your schedule is dependent on everyone else showing up.

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Sometimes I weep for our nation's tastebuds.

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These are not high expectations people!

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Smokers and sexually explicit graffiti, Epcot is a classy place, y'all.

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See, classy!

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Listen to EpcotCentre, trust me.

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Looks like all that tweeting is finally paying off!

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