Current Twitter trends: 'Sexual Attractions,' 'Bitch It's Bad'

Relax News
Wednesday 10 March 2010 01:00
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The meme "nowplaying" has sprung back into the top of Twitter's most talked about topics on March 10 after a few days' absence from the charts.

"#Nowplaying" is being used to share the names of artists and bands people are listening to while they chat on Twitter.

The hashtag "SexualAttractions" is in second place on the charts. Microbloggers are using the term to describe the things they are sexually attracted to: "nipple rings," "straight teeth," "bedroom eyes," and "speaking in a different language even if I don't understand."

The twittersphere is also full of posts about why things are bad. Twitter users are using their 140 characters and the term "#BitchItsBad" to talk about the things that are going wrong in the lives.

The fourth most talked about topic on twitter is "#puppymireuday" in reference to the birthday of a member of South Korean band MBLAQ known as Mir, while the hashtag "Imtiredofseeing" has dropped four places to number five.

The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on March 10 at 9:30 AM GMT are:

1. #nowplaying (new)
2. #SexualAttractions (new)
3. #BitchItsBad (new)
4. #puppymireuday (new)
5. #imtiredofseeing (-4)
6. #iWillNever (new)
7. #followwednesday (new)
8. Justin Bieber (new)
9. RT RT RT RT RT (new)
10. YANG (new)

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