Current Twitter trends: 'in school,' Kimbo Slice, Metrodome
Monday 13 December 2010
Tweets about school memories are topping Twitter's most talked about topics on the morning of Monday, December 13.
Social networkers are busy reminiscing about their time in high school, middle school and/or elementary school with the second, third and fourth place terms, "#inhighschool," "#inmiddleschool" and "#inelementaryschool."
"#howdoyouknow film" is promoted in first place on Twitter's list of most talked about topics.
People on Twitter are spreading rumors about the death of mixed martial artist "Kimbo Slice," wishing country singer Taylor Swift a happy birthday ("Birthday Taylor"), and chatting about comedian and TV show host Dave "Chappelle."
The "Metrodome," an American sports stadium located in Minneapolis, is in eighth place after snow caused the roof to collapse.
Race-around-the-world reality TV show The " Amazing Race" is in ninth place and the name of American football player "Tashard Choice" is in tenth position.
The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on December 13 at 7:30 AM GMT are:
- #howdoyouknow film (promoted)
- #inhighschool (new)
- #inmiddleschool (new)
- #inelementaryschool (new)
- Kimbo Slice (new)
- Birthday Taylor (new)
- Chappelle (new)
- Metrodome (new)
- Amazing Race (new)
- Tashard Choice (new)
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