Of course Tyler tweeted that! Proving he was slaying at his social media game before slaying was even a thing.
Remember back in the days when your status was an incoherent sentence fragment because your username started your inevitably narcissistic sentence? Grace does.
Always full of sass that John Green.
No cheesy "hello world" message from Dan. He just got straight to it.
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Doesn't this sound exactly like Phil? It could only be more Phil if he was lounging around petting a lion and then a middle aged man unexpectedly woofed in his ear.
Emma Blackery in top form.
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Connor Franta, being frantastic as always.
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Jenna is another one who was too cool for the cheesy "Hi, I'm here now too" post.
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Apparently, Lilly only deigned to imagine the idea of joining twitter for the fame. She may have changed her mind about twitter since then . . .
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We should have known on July 3, 2009 that Troye Sivan is so ice cold that he: 1. Is also too cool for an "I'm at the party too" first post 2. Assumed we would know exactly who the subject was 3. Is making a livestream for his instantaneous fans
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Also too cool for a typical first post, but doing it anyways.
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Shane is another amongst the group of youtubers skeptical about joining twitter.
According to Mamrie Hart, no time is a bad time for a pun. I agree.