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Matthew Daddario trended during the Teen Choice Awards and on his birthday.

Harry Shum Jr trended on the day ‘Single By 30′ was released on YouTube Red.

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#AlecAppreciationDay: a planned trend that originally took place in April and later in September, it trended in: Italy, Philippines, France, Austria, The Netherlands, Finland, Poland, Russia, Lithuania, Sweden, India, Egypt, Hungary, UK, Germany, Australia, United States, Argentina, Spain, Portugal, Greece and worldwide with 19.6k tweets.

Matthew: an unplanned trend that happened on the same day as #AlecAppreciationDay, it trended in Italy with over 38600 tweets.

#MagnusAppreciationDay: a planned trend that originally took place on Harry’s birthday and later in September, it trended in: Argentina, Poland, Italy, UK, Brazil, Czech Republic, Dubai, Spain, Canada, Norway, Greece, Scotland, Russia, Dubai, Australia, Germany, Portugal, Turkey, Mexico, Egypt, France, The Phillipines, Sweden, The Netherlands, United States, Finland and worldwide with 19.2k tweets.

Magnus and Alec: an unplanned trend that happened during nominations for E!Online’s Top TV Couple. It was trending in the England for over an hour.

MALEC IS IMMORTAL: a planned trend that happened around the time Malec made it to the E!Online’s Top TV Couple. It started to trend in the UK and had over 5.7k tweets.

#MalecKiss: an unplanned trend that was popular for two days after the ‘Malec’ episode aired, it trended in: Brasil, Italy and worldwide with over 47k tweets. The official Shadowhunters writing account even tweeted about it.

#HappyBirthdayMattDaddario: a planned trend to celebrate Matthew Daddaio’s birthday, it trended in Italy, Poland, France, Russia, Portugal, Romania, Argentina, India, Dubai, California, Turkey, Phillipines, Canada, Greece, Germany, UK, Tennessee, Australia, United States, Malaysia, Czech Republic, The Netherlands and worldwide.

#Malec: an unplanned trend that quickly became popular after the first still of Magnus and Alec in season two was released, it trended in:  United States, California, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Chile, Australia, Mexico, Finland, Egypt, Brazil, Turkey, New Zealand, Texas, Colombia, Spain, Ukraine, Sweden and worldwide. Bonus: the word ‘Malec’ was tweeted over 15.6k times that day.

It’s amazing how much we have trended, and it would be even more amazing if more can be added to the list. Our fandom is small compared to others, but it will hopefully expand as more seasons are confirmed. p.s. If anyone has any planned trend ideas related to Magnus, Alec, Malec, Matt or Harry, then please get in contact and let’s try to make it trend!

I know we are The World Champions for more than 3 months but can I just post my photo from the final here because I love it and it’s perfect and I will never forget that moment? 

That day was the best day in my life. We were waiting 40 years for it. We deserved that. Forever and always, my team, TEAM POLAND! 

How is Drag Me Down doing in Spotify - by country

Ok I have nothing better to with my life so I decided to poke around Spotify and check the Top 50 by country. This is what I gathered:

#1 in: Argentina, Canada, Czech Republic, Ecuador, USA, Philippines, France, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Malaysia, Peru, Poland, Portugal.

#2 in: Brazil, Belgium, Colombia, Guatemala, Mexico, Turkey.

#3 in: Australia, Finland.

Lower: Austria (4), Chile (4), New Zealand (4), UK (4), Singapore (5),  Costa Rica (6), Sweden (9), Hong, Kong (9), Switzerland (10),  Denmark (14), The Netherlands (15),  Spain (17), Norway (18), Germany (32), Taiwan (46)

These were the countries that came up, if anyone has updated info feel free to add it!

Listen to this playlist by harrylouisw: lower the volume (but DON’T mute it!) and go on with your life while the song plays over and over. 

Remember to keep streaming the song so that it remains on the #1 spot in the global chart. We can do this, fandom!

Happy International Book Giving Day!

Comrades, there’s a better reason to celebrate the month of love, and it’s not too late join Book Mania’s Book Exchange Program! 

This is just very fitting.

Today’s not just the Valentine’s Day, but also it’s the International Book Giving Day(!), in which we just don’t give roses to love ones, but likewise do make it more meaningful by giving physical books to our sweethearts. It’s a lovely way to celebrate the season of love!

(Illustration by Gus Gordon)

International Book Giving Day has continued to grow & grow. In 2014, International Book Giving Day was celebrated by people in Australia, Canada, South Africa, France, India, Ireland, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, the Philippines, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany, Nigeria, Nicaragua, Brazil, Egypt, Poland, Greece, Portugal, Mexico, Macedonia, Malawi, Hungary, Malaysia, Israel, Denmark, Thailand, Indonesia, Jordan, China, Puerto Rico and Bulgaria. 

Though the International Book Giving Day initiative is primarily aimed at inspiring children to read, one might think that it could also (possibly!) be for us, grownups, because we can always be kids at heart!

It’s International Book Giving Day on Valentine’s Day!

Comrades, there’s a better reason to celebrate the month of love, and it does not bite.

February 14 is not just Valentine’s Day, but it’s also the International Book Giving Day(!), in which we just don’t give roses to love ones, but likewise do make it more meaningful by giving physical books to our sweethearts. It’s a lovely way to celebrate the season of love! 

International Book Giving Day has continued to grow & grow. In 2014, International Book Giving Day was celebrated by people in Australia, Canada, South Africa, France, India, Ireland, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, the Philippines, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany, Nigeria, Nicaragua, Brazil, Egypt, Poland, Greece, Portugal, Mexico, Macedonia, Malawi, Hungary, Malaysia, Israel, Denmark, Thailand, Indonesia, Jordan, China, Puerto Rico and Bulgaria.

How to get involved?

Source: http://bookgivingday.com/

Though the International Book Giving Day initiative is primarily aimed at inspiring children to read, one might think that it could also (possibly!) be for us, grownups, because we can always be kids at heart!

If the 4-per-country rule started now. (5/20)

Brazil, Romania, Poland, Greece, PRK, and Korea do not have enough scores or all-arounders at this point in time to be given a score.

  • third column is an approximate score for a current four person team.
  • fourth column is an approximate score for a current six person team.
  • fifth column is the difference between the two.

Biggest “winners” (those who would benefit most from the new rule)

  • Switzerland
  • Mexico
  • Italy
  • Canada
  • Sweden

Biggest “losers” (those who would benefit least from the new rule)

  • China
  • Russia
  • Spain
  • Austria
  • Hungary
  • Great Britain

Note: not every gymnast who could make a worlds team has competed yet.