Having attracted almost 60,000 followers in less than a week, the guy or girl who started posting the hilarious conversations going on in publishing house Condé Nast’s elevators seems to have gotten cold feet.
Wednesday’s final tweet, which reads: “Girl or Guy #1 [in elevator alone]: This got really crazy. Love my job. Better stop. #sorry,” has again caused speculation about the author’s identity after many thought the account was a cleverly orchestrated publicity gig by the company itself.
According to the NY Post, it had amassed more followers on Twitter than some of Condé Nast’s publications, and a “high-ranking executive” commented that “the online strategy of one rogue Conde employee seems better than that of some Conde magazines. How many magazines have built a Twitter following that fast before?”