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Top 10 Twitter Trends for Wednesday, September 23, 2010

Twitter Trend: Deathly Hallows trailer
Explanation: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows trailer for upcoming film has just been released:

Twitter Trend: #IHateWhenPeople
Explanation: People are tweeting about what they hate people doing or saying.

Twitter Trend: #NameSomethingAwful
Exlanation: People are naming things and behaviors that are absolutely appalling.

Twitter Trend: Safadeza Oculta
Explanation: A fan of the band RBD recorded a YouTube video today and this was an expression used in the video. Safadeza Oculta means “hidden naughtiness” in English and people are making playful suggestions of other things that are hidden

Twitter Trend: Bishop Eddie Long
Explanation: Two separate lawsuits were filed late Tuesday by men who allege sexual coercion by prominent Atlanta pastor‎ Eddie Long when they were teenagers.

Twitter Trend: #OKImLying
Explanation: People are confessing about lies they have told.

Twitter Trend: #ItAintGoodSex
Explanation: Sharing what can make sex a lousy experience.

Explanation: Shoppers tweet their position in the Japanese clothing brand’s virtual shopping line to try and win prizes.

Twitter Trend: #ItsABritishThing
Explanation: Things, qualities or jokes which are uniquely British.

Twitter Trend: Mono Jojoy
Explanation: Colombia’s armed forces started a military operation that ended with the death of “Mono Jojoy”, the commander of the guerrilla group known as FARC.


Written by Liz Pullen

September 23, 2010 at 2:22 PM

Posted in Uncategorized

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