This Twitter Account About The Last Blockbuster Is The Funniest Thing You'll See Today

Friday nights are just not the same without you, Blockbuster..
This Twitter Account About The Last Blockbuster Is The Funniest Thing You'll See Today

Admit it, you kind of miss Blockbuster. 

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There was something ritualistic about heading to your local Blockbuster and picking out movies on a Friday night. For everyone who's looking for a good dose of nostalgia, you NEED to check out this hilarious Instagram account

@loneblockbuster is an account allegedly run by the last standing Blockbuster.  According to one of their tweets, "The Last Blockbuster" is located "in the Oak Park Shopping Center between Ace Hardware and the former O'Kelly Dojo." The hugely popular twitter account already has more than 169K followers but it's not entirely clear whether they exist or it is just a parody account. Either way, they are freaking hilarious: 

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