First, he names his son Fidget Spinner. Then, he drives five hours collecting free chicken nuggets from Wendy’s. And in 2019, he accidentally travels to India after mixing it up with Indiana. Who is this guy, you ask? Well, meet the comedy gold of the internet, hailed as “chaotic good.”
Skweezy Jibbs is the humorous alter ego played by Tim Savage, known for his absurd posts and crude, badly written tweets. From time to time, Skweezy spits out a piece of social commentary or two on current affairs and never misses a chance to pass on some badass, yet practical advice.
Both chaotic and hilarious, the dude managed to win the hearts of social media with 272k Facebook and 115k Instagram followers. And I guess I'll just leave his official description hanging right here: “Business inquiries holler at my boy crazy jose outside tha mcdonalds on slausen.”
Back in 2017, Skweezy made headlines after allegedly naming his child Fidget Spinner. He made an announcement on Facebook claiming he'd received a "random ass call" from a woman he had a one-night stand with.
The woman was due to give birth and Skweezy agreed to sign the birth certificate as a dad only if he was the one to pick the name.
To convince all the skeptics, the guy then added a photo of himself holding a birth certificate. After the stunt went viral, some eagle-eyed people pointed out that the crazy attention seeker is, in fact, a humorous alter ego played by actor and comedian Tim Savage.
More recently, Skweezy went viral again on April 26 after spending five hours driving around visiting Wendy’s drive-throughs to get free four-piece chicken nuggets.
He told one local paper: “So the first thing was, obviously, I was hungry and heard about it, so I figured I would go get some nuggets. But then I was like, 'Wait, I'm gonna be hungry later. And tomorrow. And next week, too.'"
The internet personality also said the next thing he knew, he was “getting more nuggets than a prospector." Plus, he got a shoutout from Wendy’s official Twitter account.
When Tim is not playing his bold social media persona, he is teaching social skills. On his Udemy profile, Tim says he spent four years as an instructor for Apple, teaching individuals and groups how to use Apple software and hardware.
“At Apple, I had the experience of teaching thousands of people in all walks of life, from large classes on video editing to guiding Tom Hanks through digital file management to teaching a woman with cerebral palsy how to use her nose to add a contact to her iPhone.”
Tim then started helping others to build their social skills online. According to his bio, the graduate in interpersonal communications from Florida Gulf Coast University created a popular YouTube video series called "Overcoming Shyness."