In its annual round up of all things wordy, the Global Language Monitor has announced Twitter its word of the year for 2009.
It beats “Obama”, “vampire” and timely entries such as “unemployed”, “deficit” and “H1N1” to the top spot.
Top phrases are also calculated, and so it’s unsurprising to see “King of Pop”, the late Michael Jackson’s moniker, heading that list.
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