Twitter is turning eight years old and to celebrate you can now search for the very first words your friends or favourite celebrities ever tweeted.
The new tool on first-tweets广西桑拿, allows you to type in the name of any Twitter account and find their first post.
And the trip down memory lane is a mixed bag, ranging from tentative first words to self-promotion.
The most followed account is that of US pop star Katy Perry, with more than 51 million followers.
When she joined the site in February 2009 her first tweet was “Just got into Berlin… feeling better thank you, have my vicks inhaler by my bedside… and P.S. I GOT TWITTTTER! GAH. Such a follower!”
US President Barack Obama’s first post in April 2007 was as a primary candidate campaigning to end the war in Iraq.
“Thinking we’re only one signature away from ending the war in Iraq. Learn more at 南宁桑拿网,南宁夜网.barackobama广西桑拿,,” he tweeted.
Over in Australia, rugby league player Josh Dugan’s questionable track record with social media began innocently enough.
“New to twitter, came to see what all the fuss is about lol,” @Josh_Dugan tweeted.
Funnywoman Rebel Wilson tweeted about the 2010 movie that helped cement her popularity in the United States.
“Finished my first US movie filmed in the US…look out for BRIDESMAIDS in May 2011..Kristen Wiig is going to kill, Matt Lucas is HOT x”.
Pop princess Kylie Minogue’s first post was chirpy.
“Tweet tweet!! It’s official. I’m here!!” she wrote in August 2009.
Since it’s inception in 2006, the social media platform is frequented by more than 241 million users in 35 different languages.