What would you say on the Moon?

The "Neil Armstrong’s first words - updated for 2005 " thread got me wondering—

Had you been the first person on the moon, or any planet/celestial body, what would be the first thing you say?

“Last one in the crater is a rotten egg!”

or maybe…

“I can see my house from here!”

[Kids in the Hall]“I’m crushing the Earth. Crush, crush”[KITH]

Unfortunately, I mutter and talk to myself so often… that even while I would be trying to think of something oh-so-clever to say, the first words everyone else would hear me say, whispered softly, and in awe:

“Boing… boing… boing…”

“Motherf@#$er… I think I just stepped in something.”

“This cheese is all dried out!”

I’d hum REM’s Man on the Moon.

Dr Goddard, we are here!

Say…it is a paper moon.


Holy SHIT! I’m on the goddamn MOON!

“Hey, Jim! Close that stage door! Ha ha, folks - just kidding!”

First, I’d say, “Good luck, Mr. Gorsky.” Then, I’d simply say what Armstrong really said. :wink:

I do believe my words would be:

Woo! Go ME!!

But then, I’m subtle like that. :smiley:

“can we go now?”

Somebody had to do it. :smiley:

:smack: Oops! The title said say on the moon, I took it to mean “write”.

“I hope my leg don’t break.”

well of course I’d plan very carefully what I was going to say.

I’d then bound out of the spaceship and go




:smiley: Perfect.

“This place has no atmsophere.”

“See you on the dark side of the moon.”