If you were wondering what could possibly make Ryan Reynolds’ Twitter account even funnier and came up “fake gin review” or “his own mother” congrats, you’re some kind of psychic.
If you haven’t noticed, Ryan Reynolds’ Twitter and Instagram accounts are effing hilarious. Just check out the time Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal trolled Hugh Jackman on Best Friends Day.
In case you missed it, Reynolds’ mom Tammy Reynolds chimed in to correct her son’s joke and he gave her a cheeky reply.
The two have a pretty healthy and very funny social media dialogue going on, and Reynolds likes to troll her like he did with this photo of the two of them at an event.
Recently, Ryan Reynolds shared a post on Twitter and Instagram of a funny review for his gin company Aviation Gin, a review he clearly wrote himself.
I loved this review of Aviation Gin someone sent me after I wrote it. pic.twitter.com/YZN4KI0ATD
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) June 22, 2019
The joke review reads:
“I just tried Aviation Gin for the first time. Normally, I don’t gravitate towards celebrity brands, but I’d read Gin was one of the highest rated ever. I loved it and hated it. What?! Let me explain…
As soon as I tried the Gin I knew right away, it was amazing. It wasn’t Juniper forward, which for me is what makes this particular Gin so special. It was the smoothest Gin I’d ever tried and went down really easy.
What did I hate about it? I wish they’d provided some kind of warning about how much you’re supposed to have. I had a lot…and after awhile I felt really great. Eventually, that bubbly and illusory sense of well-being turned into a bit of a blur.
When I woke up the next day, I mentioned to my wife Linda that last night must have been a REAL blowout because I slept in my clothes. Even my shoes! I also noticed it was really hard to look out the window at the Seattle skyline. Partly because of the bright sun (I’ve always been sensitive to light) but also because I don’t live in Seattle. I live in Coral Gables, Florida. Also, it’s important to note, until that morning, I’d never met anyone named Linda.”