Kim Davis
A parody Twitter account about Kentucky clerk Kim Davis' co-worker might go viral. Pictured: Kim Davis on Sept. 2, 2015. Getty Images

Not a fan of Rowan County, Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis, the woman who defies the Supreme Court ruling about same-sex marriage? Well, just imagine how the co-worker who has to sit next to her feels. That’s exactly what a new Twitter account has done.

A parody page created Tuesday gained momentum thanks to its hilarious tweets. With nearly 140 tweets by Thursday night, the spoof account had nearly 40,000 followers.

The idea behind the account is that the woman who was pictured next to Davis, whose real name has not been revealed, is tweeting like she’s airing all her unadulterated thoughts. The account is appropriately titled “Sit Next To Kim Davis.” The description reads: “I sit next to Kim Davis. This was supposed to just be a chill job. God----- it, Kim."

While many of the 140-character posts are expletive-laden and cannot be shared in this article, there are many that are straight up hilarious. Some of the PG messages have been shared below:

Davis, 49, took a religious stand against gay marriage after the historic Supreme Court ruling June 27, which was just in time for Gay Pride parades across the country. When couples went to Davis to seek marriage licenses, she denied them. Davis was ultimately sent to jail for her “willful disobedience.”

“The court cannot condone the willful disobedience of its lawfully issued order,” U.S. District Court Judge David L. Bunning said Thursday, the New York Times reported. “If you give people the opportunity to choose which orders they follow, that’s what potentially causes problems.”

While some see her as a symbol of religious freedom, others consider her homophobic and want her to resign. Some have also called her a hypocrite because she was reportedly divorced three times.

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