#UnlikelyFirstWordsOnTheMoon: What Would You Say? Twitter Goes Viral with Answers
Ever wondered what Neil Armstrong first said when he stepped on the moon? "One small step for (a) man. One giant leap for mankind."
Now's your chance to decide and propose your very own set of words - the unlikelier, the better!
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A rush of tweets have hit Twitter with the hashtag: #UnlikelyFirstWordsOnTheMoon going viral.
Ranging from hilarious, to genuinely curious, serious, and everything in between, this list gives you a little taster for what's on Twitter.
We've put together an amalgamation of some of the funnier, bizarre, and quite frankly unlikeliest first words to be spoken on the moon here:
#UnlikelyFirstWordsOnTheMoon "Yippee, I can finally do shadow puppets!!" pic.twitter.com/2bhv5fabN1— Saskia - (@saskiainsf1) July 19, 2019
Some focused on looks:
Houston, does low-G and this space suit make my butt look big?— That Clausetastic Holly (@imthatholly) July 19, 2019
--- ??#UnlikelyFirstWordsOnTheMoon pic.twitter.com/kOdl3llyzy
Others were more preoccupied with their internet browser history...can you blame them?
Houston, if I don’t come back, delete my browsing history #UnlikelyFirstWordsOnTheMoon pic.twitter.com/JvFkfVhNIM— KILLMONGER ?. (@Tomaslnj) July 19, 2019
Unimpressed by size:
#UnlikelyFirstWordsOnTheMoon it looked bigger in the picture. pic.twitter.com/iaPKI7yJvw— Amanda (@_spudi) July 19, 2019
And some were worried about being able to post about their landing on social media, we're guessing on Twitter in this case...
#UnlikelyFirstWordsOnTheMoon— Dan Gerous, Inc? (@Anythingpork) July 19, 2019
How's the wifi here pic.twitter.com/TBx0PePBg1
Now, to the moon and back!
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