Current Twitter trends: 'things I love,' 'OMG facts,' December wish
Wednesday 02 December 2009
On the morning of December 2 people are tweeting about the things they love, propelling the term "#thingsilove" into the top of Twitter's most talked about topics list.
The end of the year is drawing closer and people on Twitter are getting into the festive spirit by creating and re-tweeting terms where they can reflect on the year's events and cast a positive light on their daily existence.
"#Thingsilove," "Decemberwish" and "Christmas" carry over from yesterday's "Happy December" meme.
"Hanging out with friends and watching the switching on of the town lights," "fast forwarding tv," "Dad's wallet!" and "showers. You should too." are some of the many things Twitter users are saying they love on December 2.
The term "Paranormal Activity" has jumped back into the top ten most talked about topics on December 2. The term, along with "Goodnight" and "Google Wave" are some of the most popularly reccurring topics of discussion on Twitter in 2009.
The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on December 2 at 9:30 AM GMT are:
1. #thingsilove (new)
2. #omgfacts (+6)
3. #decemberwish (+1)
4. Paranormal Activity (new)
5. Google Wave (unchanged)
6. UberTwitter (new)
7. Christmas (+1)
8. Goodnight (new)
9. Modern Warfare 2 (new)
10. AIDS (-8)
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- 3 Johnny Depp facing 10 years in jail for illegally bringing dogs to Australia
- 4 US warned by Chinese media to stop meddling or 'war will be inevitable'
- 5 Isis burns woman alive for refusing to engage in 'extreme' sex act, UN says
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