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Hashtag #GrowingUpCroatian a Hit

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Recounting unique moments growing up as a Croatian has become a hit on social media…

A hashtag word or phrase that is mentioned more than others on Twitter is a ‘trending topic’ and this week the number one trending topic for Croatia-related Twitter for a while was the hashtag #GrowingUpCroatian. The hashtag was more popular than any others on Twitter on Monday as people took to Twitter to share some of their childhood quirks.

A common theme from abroad was having to deal with friends not knowing where Croatia was.

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Other common themes included ‘Grandma’, gifts, food and the lingo.

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Here are a selection of a few more.

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