Twitter recently gave users the option of taking a walk down memory lane and checking out their first ever tweet. Not only that but you can read the first ever 140 character musing of any account you wish. We decided to do a bit of digital digging and discover what the biggest names in surfing first came up with all those years ago.
It’s safe to say Carissa Moore didn’t get it straight away..
— Carissa Moore (@rissmoore10) May 10, 2011
Nor did Nat Young or John John Florence.
how do I work this thing?
— Nat Young (@NatYoungNY) July 30, 2011
— john john florence (@johnjohnflorenc) December 28, 2010
Kolohe Andino showed he was more than just a pretty face..
Im on twitter now….
— Kolohe Andino (@kolohe_andino) May 3, 2011
Alana was out to stomp the imposters.
All the Alana twitter accounts are liars!
— Alana Blanchard (@alanaRblanchard) May 2, 2011
Gabriel Medina seems pretty verbose in his second language.
— Gabriel Medina (@gabrielmedinaaa) April 6, 2010
Laura Enever enjoying the small things in life.
eating lunchh, just surfed having ur license is the best thing ever!!
— laura enever (@lauraenever) June 13, 2009
Joel Parkinson was one of the few to actually mention surfing.
getting excited about this cyclone swell !!!!!
— Joel Parkinson (@joelparko) March 7, 2009
Along with Jordy Smith.
Watching the Bong Pro in JBay, Holmsy smoked Barca
— Jordy Smith (@jordysmith88) July 13, 2009
There are few things stranger than a shared twitter account between siblings..
creepin indo waves are small
— cj & damien (@hobgoods) July 29, 2008
Matt Wilkinson has time for some introspection.
being really shit at doing good things and excelent at shit shit
— matt wilkinson (@mattwilko8) June 20, 2009
Paige Hareb breaks down and conforms.
So I'm an actual sheep. I come from the land of sheep and I'm being a sheep right now by following the latest trend of twitter! Hmm
— Paige Hareb (@paigehareb) June 12, 2009
Glen Hall gets all mysterious.
Soon available ! Stay Tuned…
— Glenn HALL (@glennmicrohall) March 15, 2010
Dane Reynolds* gets all high minded and meta on us.
Writing on paper with pencil then transcribing my tweets. Thereby providing a crucially more organic touch to the digital experience.
— Not Dane Reynolds (@Dranolds) July 21, 2011
*Not technically Dane Reynolds..