Current Twitter trends: 'six word novels,' Dwayne Johnson
Tuesday 15 February 2011
Twitterers are using their 140 characters to write six-word novels on the morning of February 15.
Twitter's favorite "#sixwordnovels" of the moment include "Whale teaches Christmas stuff to robots" and "Duck, duck, duck, duck, goose; apocalypse."
The name of WWE wrestler "Dwayne Johnson" aka "The Rock" ("#therock") is trending on the microblogging site as news of his WWE comeback spreads around the Twittersphere.
"#HeartShapedPizza" takes first place on the chart and "#happyvalentinesday" moves down two places to number four.
Microbloggers are still talking about the 53rd annual Grammy Awards with tenth place term "Grammys." The name of Grammy Award-winning multi-instrumentalist "Esperanza Spalding" is also in the charts for a second day, moving down two places to number six.
The wrongly-spelt name of Grammy performer Justin Bieber ("JUSTIN BIEBBER") is new on the charts in fifth place.
"SETAN EXPORT" is in eighth place and the name of American late night talk show "Chelsea Lately" is in ninth place.
The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on February 15 at 7:30 AM GMT are:
- #HeartShapedPizza (promoted)
- #sixwordnovels (new)
- #therock (new)
- #happyvalentinesday (-2)
- JUSTIN BIEBBER (new)
- Esperanza Spalding (-2)
- Dwayne Johnson (new)
- SETAN EXPORT (new)
- Chelsea Lately (new)
- Grammys (-5)
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