First tweets are stressful. Everyone wants to find the perfect 140 characters—something carefully written, deeply valuable and overflowing with wisdom.
Unfortunately, most first tweets are lame. Celebrity tweets aren’t amazing either, but because they’re celebrities everything they say is inherently amusing. And their first tweets? Why, they’re vintage!
Here’s a list of 10 celebrity first-tweets that will be collector’s items in 60 years.
When I was of Sesame Street age, I could barely figure out the remote control. Now they expect kids to go on Twitter? Either kids are learning to read at a freakishly young age, or their tweets are for their own personal amusement.
If this tweet came from anyone else, people would assume Crystal, Karissa, Kristina, Hope, Jayde and Brittany are the names of dogs. Then the person would be labeled as a creepy dog dude and immediately unfollowed.