Current Twitter trends: Swag Fail, Bosh Spice
Friday 25 February 2011
The top four places in Twitter's trending topics are filled with hashags on February 25 at 7:30 AM. "#Promodopeixe" is promoted in first place, "#wordsthatcanstartawar" is in second place, "#pleasedonttext" is in third place and "#aftersexwords" is in fourth place.
Twitter users are posting pictures of people whose "Swag Fails" and tweeting "'Swag Fail' is redundant. Bragging about swag is a fail. Swag is like body odor, if you have it people will notice without you saying you do."
For those of you pondering the meaning of "Swag Fail," the Urban Dictionary loosely describes "Swag" as "appearance, style" or "the way in which you carry yourself."
"Okeeyyy" is in sixth place, "Justice Beaver" is in seventh place and "Konser Owl City" is in eighth place.
"Bosh Spice," a nickname used to describe NBA player Chris Bosh's "historically miserable shooting" is in ninth place and " Half Baked," a comedy film featuring Dave Chappelle, is in tenth place.
The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on February 25 at 7:30 AM GMT are:
- #promodopeixe (promoted)
- #wordsthatcanstartawar (new)
- #pleasedonttext (new)
- #aftersexwords (new)
- Swag Fail (new)
- Okeeyyy (new)
- Justice Beaver (new)
- Konser Owl City (new)
- Bosh Spice (new)
- Half Baked (new)
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