14 Brands Showing Some Attitude on Twitter [BUZZFEED]

1. That time Smart Car proved they are mathematical geniuses.

That time Smart Car proved they are mathematical geniuses.

Twitter: @smartcarusa

2. When AMC called out Oreo for breaking the rules.

When AMC called out Oreo for breaking the rules.

3. When Sega wished to go back in time.

When Sega wished to go back in time.

4. That time Old Spice stirred the pot with Taco Bell, and then Taco Bell did it right back.

That time Old Spice stirred the pot with Taco Bell, and then Taco Bell did it right back.

5. When the Dallas Stars delivered this sick burn.

When the Dallas Stars delivered this sick burn.

6. When O2 gave zero fucks.

When O2 gave zero fucks.

7. That time Deadspin had a little unchecked aggression.

That time Deadspin had a little unchecked aggression.

8. When Wake County Schools threw some shade at this student.

When Wake County Schools threw some shade at this student.

9. That time Taco Bell insulted Karen Smith.

That time Taco Bell insulted Karen Smith.

10. When Betfair Poker tweeted their opinion on a popular TV show.

When Betfair Poker tweeted their opinion on a popular TV show.

11. When Grand West found the apostrophe.

When Grand West found the apostrophe.

“We managed to track down the missing apostrophes. It came out in the interrogation that they just needed a break. We are glad to report that after some R and R they are ready to get back to work between the T and S. Thank you Jason Elk, we could not have done it without you.”

12. When Charmin gave some solid advice to Rob Delaney.

When Charmin gave some solid advice to Rob Delaney.

13. That time The White House publicly shamed Bo.

That time The White House publicly shamed Bo.

14. And when Taco Bell fired shots at BuzzFeed.

And when Taco Bell fired shots at BuzzFeed.

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