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To celebrate their 8th birthday, Twitter decided to share a potentially embarrassing tool for everyone who uses the popular social media website. You can now go directly to your first ever published tweet. Remember your first one? You had zero followers, had zero pressure, and you received zero feedback once your post went live. It’s been buried away ever since, thankfully–it was likely pretty terrible. Well, it’s buried no more.
If you’re on the Twitter, simply click HERE to see your first tweet. You may find the results to be pretty hilarious.
Mine is below. What a waste.
I blew it. The video I was linking to can be found here. What a way to come out swinging, idiot.
TFM’s first tweet was a disaster, too.
Nice cocaine reference. What is even going on here? Was the end of it cut off? The intern wasn’t around back then to shovel the blame onto, either.
Speaking of the intern…
Announcing the launch of our video section just over three years ago. Faces melted.
What about TSM?
Lilly and pearls, huh? Typical TSM.
Let’s check out Bacon.
The Braves fan from St. Louis promoting his story about the Cardinals. So snarky, too.
TFM Water Cooler:
And the first ever published tweet–seriously, ever–was from Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey:
Oh, and Twitter used to be called “twttr.” Weird shit, huh?
[via The Verge]