If there’s one person who has a way with words, it’s clearly Cole Sprouse aka Jughead on Riverdale.
He’s the reigning king of sarcastic and self-deprecating tweets:
I’m just out here trying to make sure Dylan and I never lose our joint Wikipedia page.
— Cole M. Sprouse (@colesprouse) March 1, 2017
“Your ability to take your problems to the internet first is very admirable”- not a single goddamn person ever.
— Cole M. Sprouse (@colesprouse) February 9, 2017
“Where’s my hug?” he whimpered, further cementing his position on her no hug list.
— Cole M. Sprouse (@colesprouse) January 25, 2017
If there aren’t 36 Ys when he sends you ‘hey,’ face the music, he’s not interested. #heyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
— Cole M. Sprouse (@colesprouse) January 10, 2017
You’re losing followers because you’re not relatable enough. Try mentioning that you eat pizza. If that doesn’t work, play the ukulele.
— Cole M. Sprouse (@colesprouse) January 19, 2017
— Cole M. Sprouse (@colesprouse) May 18, 2016
Dead on the inside counts too pic.twitter.com/BRhqEnFwen
— Cole M. Sprouse (@colesprouse) March 8, 2016
His character on Riverdale may be writing a book about their crazy small town, but Sprouse has apparently been an avid writer since he was little. While visiting Late Night with Seth Myers, Myers brought out an old poem that Cole had written to his mom back in the day that proves that Sprouse was once upon a time a lil’ baby psycho.
Here’s the original tweet, which further proves just how young he was when he wrote this.
I was a psycho baby before it was hip. pic.twitter.com/Yoby0Rxp6w
— Cole M. Sprouse (@colesprouse) May 14, 2017
Just what every mom wants to read, I’m sure! Luckily for Sprouse though, he’s “brought that angst all the way into Riverdale”. Never change, Cole. Never change!
You can watch the whole video here:
Having studied Media & Writing at James Madison University, I always knew that I wanted to do some type of creative writing, but being able to write about zombies, Starks, and superheroes on a daily basis for Fan Fest is my actual dream. While I probably shouldn’t be as proud as I am to be so similar to Nick Miller, I do hope to one day write my own “Pepperwood Chronicles’.