Angry Salmond rose to fame on Twitter during Scotland's independence referendum for his rudeness, use of the #SexySocialism hashtag, and such pro-independence put-downs as this:
As the real Alex Salmond steps down as first minister, BuzzFeed News caught up with the man behind the @AngrySalmond parody account to ask how he's coping with defeat in the referendum, if he's also resigning, and what happens next.
"I didn't lose the referendum," Angry Salmond said, angrily. "As I said on the night, I simply repositioned the location of victory."
However, he has identified why the referendum didn't produce the exact result he wanted: "I certainly think Westminster offering these, I can only assume, magical new powers at the last minute was a factor."
"The other issue is the boring people," he added. "You know, the ones you take to the best theme park in the world and they just want to sit on a bench eating candy floss."
Angry Salmond said he isn't actually very angry at all, except at Alex Salmond for taking the @AlexSalmond Twitter handle. But it's hard to believe that he isn't angry, given some of the words he used to describe his political opponents.
On prime minister David Cameron, he said: "I was sat behind him at Wimbledon 2013. I got the whole row kicking the back of his chair! The photographs of his face are hilarious! What a prick!"
On Labour leader Ed Miliband, he said: "He'd have had a fine career as wacky ITV detective in the vein of Columbo – or at the very least a charming background character on Sesame Street. The mistake was trying to make him an intelligent man-of-the-people."
And he was no more complimentary about Nigel Farage: "He doesn't seem to have much up his sleeve besides casual racism and cigarettes. Plus he looks like what would happen if Kermit the Frog actually banged Miss Piggy."
Angry Salmond is perhaps most famous for the #SexySocialism hashtag, which he created during the referendum, but he's never explained what it means – until now.
"Sexy socialism is the marriage of compassionate politics and a sense of saving the day in style," explained Angry Salmond.
"But it all boils down to the phrase 'stop being a dick'. Politicians have been dicks for a long time. Sexy socialism is the solution. I simply want every careerist politician to go to bed at night knowing they are just being a fucking dick."
The real Alex Salmond prefers the hashtag #SexySocialDemocracy, as he revealed in a reply to Angry Salmond the day after the referendum.
Since the referendum defeat, few things have cheered him up as much as seeing Scottish Labour implode.
"I disliked debating with Johann Lamont," he said of the Scottish Labour leader who recently resigned. "Her head looked like a cheeseburger. It made me hungry."
He has a dim view of the three Scottish Labour leadership candidates. He said he had no idea who Jim Murphy was until he got pelted with an egg, suspects Neil Findlay is some kind of folk singer, and thinks Sarah Boyack "had something to do with bus passes a few years ago".
However, he said he gets on "brilliantly" with incoming first minister Nicola Sturgeon, who he revealed owns a pair of cats called Devo and Max.
"She can be a fountain of knowledge," said Angry Salmond. "I remember the time she told me the Gaza Strip wasn't a topless bar. I didn't know what to say."
Alex Salmond is due to step down as first minister at the SNP conference, so what's next for Angry Salmond? Does he have an eye on Westminster, like his alter ego?
Arriving on David Cameron's doorstep is "a very appealing prospect", said Angry Salmond, but "as long as I can drink, bet on the horses, and smash a golf ball, I'll be content.
"I'm making people happy. This is something that other politicians just aren't doing – most notably George Osborne, who is just an awful, awful human being."
Best of luck, Angry Salmond.
For the uninitiated, here is some of the best of @AngrySalmond.
Jamie Ross is a Scotland reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Edinburgh.
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