It what can only be described as the most bizarre of Valentine's Day crazes on Twitter, the hashtag #FagDay was one of the most popular trending topics early this morning.
The general consensus seems to be that the hashtag wasn't intended to represent gay men, but rather, the popular British term for cigarettes. However, that hasn't stopped a number of users from tweeting a number of amusing statements tweaking the definition to that of their liking.
However, as Metro Weekly is now reporting, the topic has since been replaced by "Gaga Is Our Valentine" on the list of popular trends.
Take a look at some tweets we unearthed below:
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