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Twitter Got a Tool to Look up First Tweets for Its Birthday, We’ve Got Some Famous Ones for You

Let the embarrassment commence.

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You’re probably going to get a walk down memory lane in your Twitter feed today, because Twitter now has a tool to instantly pull up anyone and everyone’s first tweet for its 8th birthday tomorrow. So, what did some of our favorite Twitter personalities have to say in their first 140 characters?

God’s first tweet starts things off pretty perfectly:

Our very favorite space robot parody account:

Our favorite astronaut:

Neil deGrasse Tyson and Our Friend Bill Nye were disappointingly enigmatic, and I’m currently fighting the urge to scroll all the way back through their feeds to see if future tweets provided any context:

Sir Patrick Stewart apparently took some time to work up to lobster costume hilarity levels:

And some of the great people we’ve recommended in our #FollowFridays and more:

And, of course, ourselves:

And that’s the last time Glen and Victoria agreed on anything. Ever.

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