Current Twitter trends: Roy Halladay, Lil Zane, mist
Thursday 07 October 2010
"Grilled Cheesus" remains the number one most talked about topic on Twitter on the morning of October 7.
People on Twitter just can't stop tweeting about the meme which started trending after the Grilled Cheesus episode of hit TV drama/musical Glee aired on TV.
Major League Baseball player "Roy Halladay" is in second place on the charts after pitching a no-hitter in his playoff debut for the Philadelphia Phillies, while the name of American rapper "Lil Zane" is in third.
The hashtags "#textthatleadtosex," "#blackgirllines" and "#still2pm" take fourth, fifth and sixth places while the name of basketball-themed video game " 2k11" remains unchanged in seventh place.
Some Twitter users are waking up to a misty morning and are tweeting about it with the term "Mist."
The name of American rapper "Ice Cube" takes ninth place in the charts and American football player Randy "Moss" moves down two places to number 10.
The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on October 7 at 7:30 AM GMT are:
- Grilled Cheesus (unchanged)
- Roy Halladay (new)
- Lil Zane (new)
- #textthatleadtosex (new)
- #blackgirllines (new)
- #still2pm (new)
- 2k11 (unchanged)
- Mist (new)
- Ice Cube (new)
- Moss (-2)
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