Current Twitter trends: 'You be blown when,' 'OMG facts,' now playing
Tuesday 08 December 2009
"You be blown when (#youbeblownwhen)" is the most talked about topic on Twitter on the morning of December 8.
People on Twitter are providing a number of different reasons for why someone might get upset (microbloggers are using the term "blown" in the place of "upset") on the morning of December 8.
"#youbeblownwhen you find out all the jokes your best friend said about your mom were true!!" and "#youbeblownwhen when you report for work and then find out during your lunch that you'll be laid-off," mentioned two different users.
"#Omgfacts" has come back into the list of trending topics on December 8. Users are sharing weird and wonderful facts with the world that might make one exclaim, "Oh my god!"
The term "#NowPlaying" has risen on the list as microbloggers share the music that they are currently listing to.
The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on December 8 at 9:30 AM GMT are:
1. #youbeblownwhen (new)
2. #omgfacts (new)
3. #NowPlaying (+2)
4. #in2010 (-2)
5. Jaebum (new)
6. #Thisiswar (new)
7. Christmas (+3)
8. Copenhagen (-2)
9. Tiger Woods (new)
10. Goodnight (new)
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