Current Twitter trends: Derek Anderson, snow in the UK
Chatter about "#CyberMonday" online shopping deals continues to flood microblogging site Twitter on the morning of November 30.
Second and third places in Twitter's most talked about topics list are taken by the hashtags "#inanafricanhouse" and "#inaghettohouse" while snowfall in the UK has prompted the third-place topic "#uksnow."
The name of American football player "Derek Anderson" is in fifth place after he "exploded" at a reporter who suggested an on-field camera caught him smiling while his team was losing a game against the San Francisco 49ers.
The name of 49ers player "Frank Gore" also appears in the chart in ninth place.
The name of Canadian-born comedian "Leslie Nielsen" moves down four places to number six, both names of American singer "Raheem" "DeVaughn" are new in seventh and eighth places in the charts, and "Pinkpop," a rock festival held in the Netherlands, is in tenth place.
The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on November 30 at 7:30 AM GMT are:
- #CyberMonday (promoted)
- #inanafricanhouse (new)
- #inaghettohouse (new)
- #uksnow (new)
- Derek Anderson (new)
- Leslie Nielsen (-4)
- Raheem (new)
- DeVaughn (new)
- Frank Gore (new)
- Pinkpop (new)
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