Current Twitter trends: 'If I had super powers,' Barbara Walters, 'Scrambled Eggs'
Friday 10 December 2010
"#IfIHadSuperPowers" is at the top of Twitter's most talked about topics lists on the morning of December 10.
"#IfIHadSuperPowers" tweet people, "I would fix the world!", "I would go back in time and fix my mistakes" and "I would provide those #thingssomepeopledonthave. That way we will all have a Happy Christmas! :)"
Hashtags "#fatindiebands" and "#thingssomepeopledonthave" are in second and third places while the name of American journalist and talk show host "Barbara Walters" follows in fourth place after her interviews with Oprah Winfrey and " Barbara Walters' 10 most fascinating people of 2010" aired on TV.
"Fascinating People" is also in Twitter's trending topics in eighth place.
"Scrambled Eggs" is getting a special mention on the Twitter chart after Paul McCartney and Late Night host Jimmy Fallon performed a version of the Beatles song "Yesterday ," swapping the original lyric "yesterday" with "scrambled eggs."
The Doors lead singer "Jim Morrison" is in sixth place after being granted a posthumous pardon in the US, "Westbro Baptist" Church is in seventh place after announcing they will stage a protest at Elizabeth Edwards' funeral, "White Men" is in ninth place and the name of Chinese human rights activist Liu "Xiaobo" is in tenth place.
The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on December 10 at 7:30 AM GMT are:
- #IfIHadSuperPowers (promoted)
- #fatindiebands (new)
- #thingssomepeopledonthave (new)
- Barbara Walters (new)
- Scrambled Eggs (new)
- Jim Morrison (new)
- Westboro Baptist (new)
- Fascinating People (new)
- White Men (new)
- Xiaobo (new)
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