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…
Zookeepers at the Birmingham Zoo in Alabama noticed that many visitors were more focused on catching Pokémon than they were checking out the animals.
Instead of getting frustrated, they decided to use it to their advantage.
To get people to look up from their phones and down at the animals, one zookeeper had the brilliant idea to design and print Pokémon Go-themed posters to hang outside the animals' enclosures.
If you’ve been caught up fact-checking Melania Trump’s speech or out trying to catch a Pikachu, you might have missed some of the best things floating around on Twitter.
Have no fear, my friend. We have you covered with 22 tweets guaranteed to bring you a laugh in 140 characters or less.
Do you know what time it is? It’s wine o’clock, which is basically any time after noon when you can swap out that cup of coffee for a nutritious glass of fermented grapes.
And if you’re someone who enjoys white, red, or anything that comes out of a bottle — or a box, no judgment — pour yourself a glass because we’ve found your tribe on Twitter.
We’ve all had those times when we go to Google in search of the perfect picture, but sometimes the result isn’t quite what you were expecting.
Maybe you accidentally typed in the wrong words, or you’re just really weird and typed in something completely off the wall like these people below.
Either way, the results did not disappoint…
“Best picture ever”
While countless hours are being lost to Pokémon Go, 27 animals were found and their lives saved thanks to the hugely popular game.
Sara Perez and her friend Matthew Teague were playing the game at a park in South Houston when they stumbled upon a cage full of 20 hamsters and seven newborn mice, apparently abandoned in the strong heat.
”We were just surprised and confused, and we looked around the park and called out to see if anyone was there, but there was no one,” Perez said.
via: Huffington Post