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18 reasons why Patrick Stewart's Twitter account is probably the only good thing about 2017

Surely this can’t be ruined.

HOLLYWOOD HAS HAD a shocker of a year.

At times like this, you have to look to Patrick Stewart’s wholesome and entertaining Twitter account for some light relief.

And he’s had a good 2017.

1. He began by saying goodbye to Obama with a classy touch

2. He’s never afraid to row into an argument

3. His support of Huddersfield Town FC is a source of joy

4. Ah yes, Express Freight

5. He mixes jokes in with some serious campaigning

6. But mostly his three million followers are there for his dog videos

If you can’t see the video, click here

7. Ginger and Patrick, a love story for the ages

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8. He uses photos of Ginger to raise awareness of dog adoption

9. Here he uses the word “sonshine” and it’s delightful

sonshine Source: @SirPatStew

10. Where else would you get to see him speaking to sheep

If you can’t see the video, click here

11. The throwbacks are adequately embarrassing

12. Here he is drinking out of a sweaty shoe at a Formula 1 race

pstew Source: @SirPatStew

13. This is why he’s a good chat show guest

14. He watches stuff in bed like a normal person

15. This does look like a memorial service

16. This shoutout to his son Duncan on his birthday is Dad On Social Media 101

17. There he is, picking apples

18. And doing a Pumpkin-themed photo shoot

And not a Star Trek reference in sight.

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