Being famous is probably pretty awesome...except when it's not.
Like, it's probably super great to have disposable income, worldwide recognition, and a verified Twitter account, but being a household name definitely has its drawbacks at times. Imagine not being able to go out to buy groceries without being asked for an autograph, or having the paparazzi wait outside your door for you to make a move. Not so glamorous.
J.K. Rowling is one of the most famous people on the planet. She's also one of the best humans ever, but as it turns out, even she has her limits...
J.K. Rowling is the Queen of Twitter.
via: GettyIt's true. We all voted and she won. But seriously, if you haven't seen J.K. Rowling's many fantastic tweets, you are definitely missing out. One of the best things about her Twitter is that she often uses it to answer questions from her fans.
For instance, when people asked why (spoilers!) the Horcrux inside Harry isn't destroyed when the Basilisk bites him in Chamber of Secrets, she gave a very reasonable answer.
via: TwitterWilliam Shakespeare never had to deal with his fans e-screaming at him in all caps. Hopefully this question can now be laid to rest.