What do a former US president, LeBron James and a guy who really, really likes chicken nuggets have in common?
They all made the biggest splash on Twitter this year.
Twitter has released its top trending people and topics for 2017, ranging from sports to politics to Korean boy bands.
It was a year in which almost every sector of society was mashed together or clashing on social media, with the "Tweeter in Chief," President Donald Trump, leading the way.
The top retweet came from fast food lover Carter Wilkerson, who begged people to retweet him so that he could get a year's worth of free chicken nuggets from Wendy's.
He fell short of the 18-million retweet bar set by the fast-food chain, but Wendy's gave Wilkerson the nuggets anyway for the effort.
HELP ME PLEASE. A MAN NEEDS HIS NUGGS pic.twitter.com/4SrfHmEMo3
— Carter Wilkerson (@carterjwm) April 6, 2017
President Barack Obama , with 1.7 million retweets in August, was second. Obama took three of the top 10 spots on the list.
"No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion..." pic.twitter.com/InZ58zkoAm
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) August 13, 2017
Cleveland Cavaliers star Lebron James was seventh, with a tweet that criticised President Donald Trump over his decision to rescind Stephen Curry's invitation to the White House to celebrate the Golden State Warrior's NBA championship.
U bum @StephenCurry30 already said he ain't going! So therefore ain't no invite. Going to White House was a great honor until you showed up!
— LeBron James (@KingJames) September 23, 2017
Curry, and others on the team, said that he didn't want to visit Trump in the White House.
While he did not make the most retweeted list, Trump took the top spot for the most tweeted about elected world leader.
He also came in No. 1 for top tweeted US elected officials, with Vice President Mike Pence and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan taking second and third.
PBS' special live coverage of Trump's inauguration day was the most viewed live stream broadcast of the year.
With the media in Trump's crosshairs, it was also in the sights of Twitter users. The top three tweeted news outlets were Fox News , CNN and The New York Times .
Some other highlights: #halamadrid was the top sports hashtag, @NFL was the top sports handle and the most tweeted about musicians were Korean boy band BTS, also known as the Bangtan Boys.