Twitter index: microbloggers say goodbye to August and welcome in the new month
Thursday 01 September 2011
“Hello September” and “Goodbye August,” tweet a chorus of microbloggers bringing in the new month and hoping it treats them better than the previous one.
Spanish users are joining in the trend by tweeting the Spanish equivalent of Hello September, “Hola Septiembre.”
People who would rather skip on past the month are tweeting “Wake me up when September ends... No, really. I just want it to be Halloween. Stealing candy from little kids. Mwahahhaha.”
Harry Potter fans on Twitter are contemplating jumping on the “Hogwarts Express,” which according to the series leaves Platform 9¾ at King's Cross station in London at 11 AM sharp on September 1.
“#ThingsWeNeedToChange,” “#replacebooktitleswithbacon” and “#WhyYoBaby” are the top three hashtags on Twitter on September 1.
“Inri Christo” and “Yo Momma” appear in ninth and tenth places in Twitter’s most talked about topics.
The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on September 1 at 6:30 AM GMT are:
- #ThingsWeNeedToChange (new)
- #replacebooktitleswithbacon (new)
- Hello September (new)
- Goodbye August (new)
- #WhyYoBaby (new)
- Wake Me Up When September (new)
- Hola Septiembre (new)
- Hogwarts Express (new)
- Inri Cristo (new)
- Yo Momma (new)
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