Remember your first tweet? Me neither. But if you’re anything like me and tend to forget actually having a Twitter account, it can get pretty easy to slip up on updating it. How long? Maybe a week, or a month. (Not gonna lie, mine went dusty for about a year and a half. Life happens.)
How about seven years?
@MarcusLepage adorably sent off his first tweet into the cyberspehere — an announcement of him tucking into bed and catching forty winks.
Going to sleep
— Marcus (@MarcusLepage) April 27, 2009
Days pass. months pass. Heck, years — whole years! — pass. And lo and behold, the Twitterverse is finally graced with his very second tweet in all its timeliness —
Fuck, I slept in
— Marcus (@MarcusLepage) April 12, 2016
The internetz applauded that level of commitment to such a joke.
— Corey Dutson (@cdutson) April 12, 2016
@MarcusLepage Did you wait six years to tweet that lmao
— Saeed (@Willianairre) April 12, 2016
— Josh‼️ (@minmaxlife) April 12, 2016
Other Twitter users honored him for the internet Rip Van Winkle he is, and helped him catch up with what’s up with the world today.
You missed a lot. Kobe retiring. Bruce Jenner is a woman now. MJ died. @backwood_man went through puberty. @MarcusLepage
— #MambaOut (@BoycottWNBA) April 12, 2016
One person encouraged Marcus to preserve his Twitter account for posterity, never to be tweeted upon again.
@MarcusLepage you should never touch your Twitter acct again. That was gold.
— The Doc (@THEMARSHOFSTEEL) April 12, 2016
But Marcus, oh Marcus. You just can’t keep a good homie down. Or up, in this case.
Long day! Going back to sleep
— Marcus (@MarcusLepage) April 13, 2016
All that Twitter fame can certainly take a lot out on someone. So, does this mean that we’ll most likely see him again in the 2020’s?
@MarcusLepage see you in a few years
— cami (@eIectricIove) April 13, 2016
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