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It's impossible to believe, but we once lived in a world without Twitter. Eight years ago, that is.

The social media service celebrates a birthday today, and a look at various celebrities' first-ever Tweets prove how far we've come.

Miley Cyrus isn't topless. Justin Bieber isn't telling his fans how no one can break their spirit. And Oprah Winfrey? Okay, she's still pretty charming and classy.

But in honor of Twitter turning the calendar on another year of life, we flash back below to 2006 and relive the initial online messages sent by Cyrus, Bieber, Lady Gaga and many other superstars.

It seems like only yesterday, right? Okay, maybe not...

Ellen's First Tweet
This is Ellen's first-ever Tweet. And, yes, it's called a Tweet.

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Lisa Vanderpump is under attack again from The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills co-star Brandi Glanville, who's feeling the backlash herself after her latest Tweet.

In the throes of a season-long feud, Glanville went after her former BFF, Tweeting that Vanderpump "could BBQ a baby and people would think it was cute."

Vanderpump has yet to respond, but plenty of others have. One pissed off fan wrote:

“Holy crap. You’re a b—h and your jealousy of Lisa is palpable (big word, look it up)."

Another added, “WTF is wrong w/ you? Who tweets a comment like that? Disgusting!”

“Brandi you’re scum! Lisa is not the one joking about molestation, you’re a real PIG.”

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Life can be tough sometimes.

A lawyer dares to call you in for a deposition. You get unfollowed by a fellow artist. You look like Octomom.

These are big enough problems on their own, but they're nothing compared to real problems; they're chopped liver compared to the sort of problems that earn the hashtag #FirstWorldProblems on Twitter.

Such as one's cleaning lady showing up late... or one's pool cover being broken... or one's iPad being too bright.

The horror of these stories! How do these folks survive?!? It's unclear.

But enjoy reading about first world whining below:

Too Much Balsamic Vinegar!
Break out the violins, people. This person has put too much Balsamic Vinegar on her salad!

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No wonder the name Andrew Lewis doesn't ring a bell for most people, even many ardent celebrity gossip readers who watch Teen Mom 2 online.

Jenelle Evans' mysterious baby daddy wants nothing to do with her - or their son Jace. The Teen Mom 2 star made this sad fact clear on Twitter Monday.

Last summer, Lewis threw made a public fit over the fact that the reality star and her mom Barbara (who has custody of Jace) weren't letting him see his son.

According to Jenelle Evans, that was all talk. See her Tweets from this week:

  • I hate trying to have a convo with Jace's father ... so hard not to get all mad at him.
  • “@Frankenkimmy: @PBandJenelley_1 do it for Jace” dude I keep trying and Andrew won't budge ... He seriously doesn't give a s--t.
  • God I feel so bad for Jace. his dad really wants nothing to do with him ... I never knew a father can actually have the balls to say this.

Wow.

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When #JennyAsks, people answer - although not with the responses she had in mind.

The outspoken anti-vaccination activist Jenny McCarthy tried to hold a Twitter chat on Thursday night.

"What is the most important personality trait you look for in a mate? Reply using #JennyAsks," tweeted the co-host of The View.

Rather than answers like "A great personality" or "A sense of humor", many people responded with criticisms of her claims that childhood vaccinations can be linked to autism.

"My ideal mate? Smart, funny, independent and without their own Internet death-toll meter," said one user.

"Someone who puts the interests of the community ahead of preserving their own absurd, unshakable ignorance," tweeted another.

"Somebody who gets that refusing vaccines because of 'toxins' and then shilling for e-cigs makes you a pathetic hypocrite," shot back a third.

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Juan Pablo Galavis was taken to task and absolutely eviscerated Monday on Twitter following his actions and comments on the controversial Bachelor season finale.

At issue? Juan Pablo's treatment of runner-up Clare Crawley and winner (if you can call her that) Nikki Ferrell on the finale and After the Final Rose special.

It's hard to imagine the once-popular reality star falling any further from the public's good graces than he did Monday, and over the course of the season.

Three of his top six women this season now hate him. That says it all right there, although his favorability ratings are far less positive with the general public.

While diplomatic last night on the ATFR special, Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici were more candid on Twitter, as were many other familiar franchise stars.

Plenty of non-Bachelor celebs got in on the action as well, because Juan Pablo was just that much of a dick to Clare ... and Nikki. And Chris Harrison.

Here's a sampling of classic tweets about the worst Bachelor ever ...

Sarah Hyland: I knew from day 1. I HATE #JuanPablo sooo much. I feel awful for every girl, including the one with the final rose.

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Jenelle Evans apparently believes she's got her life together these days, and someday, maybe, hopefully, Farrah Abraham will know what that feels like.

At least that's the impression she's giving off.

On March 2, a follower tweeted, "Hopefully @F1abraham can get her life together like @PBandJenelley_1 did. She's living proof people can change."

Jenelle re-tweeted the message to her fans.

Of course, the pregnant Jenelle Evans doesn't even have custody of her son, and hasn't for the last four years. You might have forgotten Jace existed.

She also smoking weed while pregnant ... allegedly.

Either way, she may be improving, but it's relative, and for someone who can't help herself from getting pregnant or arrested, throwing shade is a bold move.

Especially when she and a man named Nathan Griffith, who also doesn't have custody of his first child, or custody of a job that we know of, are expecting.

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The morning after she posted an Oscars selfie that set a Twitter record, Ellen DeGeneres took to that social media network again and made it very clear:

Hosting the Academy Awards is tiring!

"Gopd mrorining! It'sd time to do a live OSxar show," the comedian joked today. "Didn't get much slep but whoneds it?"

Ellen then added the following photo as she sat in her talk show dressing room:

Ellen DeGeneres is Tired

How did this star do a host?

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Amanda Bynes' Twitter account is back up and running after more than 10 months without a Tweet, but it's nothing like what made it infamous in 2012-13.

In the past, Bynes' Twitter signaled to fans her severe mental health issues. Now it appears to be marking yet another step in the troubled star's recovery ...

Listing herself as simply "fashion student," she Tweeted for the first time since April 18: "Hi everyone! I'm busy studying at @FIDM but I want to say I love you to my fans!"

"Xoxo Amanda"

Bynes, who is studying at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Orange County, also nixed some of her most erratic and bizarre past Tweets.

She got rid of posts where she talked about needing plastic surgery or insulted public figures, like Barack and Michelle Obama, by calling them "ugly."

She is said to be keenly aware of how bad things got last year, when she told Drake to murder her vagina and often made news with her odd ramblings.

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You would think that here in the 2010s, a.k.a. The Digital Age, enough of these stories would've gone viral for people to keep their social media use in check.

You would be very, very wrong, but you'd think.

Anything you say or do online can and will become social media fodder. At least there's a possibility of it. This Murphy's Law of the Internet is undeniable.

Time and again, people just don't get it, though.

Whether they're tonguing the food at the restaurant where they work or having profane thoughts about others, these events inexplicably make their way online.

Then other people see them. The rest is history.

Here are 13 humans who found out the hard way that posting controversial or just plain stupid things online can cost them their jobs ... for better or for worse:

@CarlyCrunkBear
Carly "@CarlyCrunkBear" McKinney, whose handle says it all really, was a 10th grade math teacher who often posted images like this on Twitter. Her employers were not happy and placed her on administrative leave. Her students thought she was pretty awesome, and protested to get her back. To no avail. She was fired in the end.