Each handle has a unique URL, with the handle added after twitter.com. With the hashtag #MyHandleExplained trending on Twitter, here are some of the users' reasons.
#MyHandleExplained This is a rotating account with a different Indigenous person in Australia each week, and X is the coolest letter. It marks the spot… This is the spot.— Luke Pearson (@IndigenousX) April 24, 2018
Cat: a carnivorous mammal (Felis catus) long domesticated as a pet and for catching rats and mice.— Cat Cosplay (@Cat_Cosplay) April 24, 2018
Cosplay: the activity or practice of dressing up as a character from a work of fiction.#MyHandleExplained pic.twitter.com/kedXLiJrAl
#MyHandleExplained we're pretty landlocked here in Swindon so we don't actually have an actual Dock per se— The Dock (@TheDockSwindon) April 24, 2018
I think of it like our services like Uturn and Ontrak are boats and folks can hop on those boats or find out information on those boats
also we're based in swindon FYI pic.twitter.com/Ls4WjmPw5A
Twitter handle is not the same as your display name, which is a "personal identifier (sometimes a business name or real name) displayed in your profile page and used to identify you to friends, especially if your username is something other than your name or business name." And, of course, these are different from your Twitter bio.