Twitter turned 10 years old in 2016, which means that like most pre-teens, it’s gone through a lot of changes, often has an attitude, and doesn’t let you forget the stupid things you said that one time.
And celebrities aren’t immune, as proven by the fact that there’s a website where you can find the very first tweets of any person who has ever used the site.
When looking at those from celebrities, it seemed a lot of them were interested in a) promoting something and b) pointing out that it wasn’t a fake account. But I guess you have to start somewhere.
So without further ado, let’s delve into the virgin tweets of the stars…
Not only is Disney World one of the happiest places on Earth, but it also turns out that it’s one of the most interesting.
You might think you know everything about the park in Orlando, Florida, but do you know how much the first ticket cost? How much Coca-Cola is consumed there each year?
You will after you read this post, so let’s enter the magical gates…
There are about 74,000 cast members in Central Florida.
And for the record, people who work for Disney World are not called employees; they are called cast members and must always be in character when on duty.
They say age is but a number, but according to a rather unscientific poll of 2,000 Brits done by a company called Retire Savvy, it’s a number that determines when women should stop doing things like wearing skinny jeans and going to music festivals.
Let’s put on our grannie panties and read about how long these pollsters think women have left to enjoy certain activities, shall we?
Stop getting tattoos or piercings at 38.
So what this means is that if you had a tattoo before age 38, you’re good.
But if you want to get ink after that? Tattoo taboo, apparently.
Jon Stewart left The Daily Show when we needed him most, right before the start of the circus that has become this election. Whenever something controversial happens, you can’t help but wonder, “WWJD?” — What Would Jon Do?
He’s been out running an animal rescue farm since 2014, which is awesome, but his cutting commentary is missed by millions of fans.
But luckily for us, he's pretty good friends with Stephen Colbert and was able to take over The Late Show for a night to roast Republicans like he did in the good old days.