In "Twidiots", we collect the choicest thoughts on a particular topic from Twitter's millions of users.
Twitter responded to Monday's news of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's death with the trending topic #nowthatcherisdead. However, some music fans misread the hashtag, thinking it was the beloved singer of "Believe" who had kicked the can. Oh, friends. Don't you know Cher will live forever?
RIP Cher, you were an amazing singer. Do you believe in life after love was one of the all time greats. #nowthatchersdead Ryan Coburn (@iburnco) April 8, 2013
So sad to hear that Cher is dead. #nowthatcherisdead Jim Donaldson (@cipher_d) April 8, 2013
#nowthatchersdead i didn't know cher died r.i.p kieran(@anobrxin) April 8, 2013
#nowthatchersdead Wait a minute, Cher died? "Believe" was my favourite track of hers. Jamie (@jami3rfc) April 8, 2013
Just heard that Cher's dead. But it might be a typo. Paul Ellison (@Paul_M_Ellison) April 9, 2013
RIP Cher xoxo #nowthatchersdead • fiona • (@neonfiona) April 8, 2013
#nowthatchersdead Cher is dead?!?!?! George Clarke (@MrGeorgeClarke) April 8, 2013
It's so sad that Cher is dead! I loved that song believe. Aysh (@sailorette24) April 9, 2013
Very shocked to discover that Cher is dead #thatcherisdead Dave Kirk (@DesktopGamer) April 9, 2013
totally misread read #nowthatchersdead as "Now that Cher's dead" and panicked. Phew. She's not. Alexis (@toddlerlex) April 8, 2013