First things first – Tweetie 2 for iPhone is a Twitter client. Twitter has these things called trending topics, which can be supplemented by hashtags. Usually trending topics give a (fairly) good indication about “what’s hot” on Twitter at the moment.I say fairly, because sometimes it’s possible to manipulate the trending topics list – and, if you’re unlucky enough, you’ll get your hashtag blocked from appearing in the trending topics list, as happened to the #hottest100 hashtag. I don’t really care for trending topics on Twitter, mainly because they’re mostly spam-fests, and somewhat dominated by African Americans (who seem to tweet mostly crap, if I do say so myself). Anyway, Tweetie 2 for iPhone has a feature where it will define trending topics for you. I’m not sure where it gets it’s info from, but it’s almost comparable to Brizzly’s trending topic definitions. Actually, it’s not. Brizzly’s definition service for trending topics is excellent. The point is, somewhere along the line someone stuffed up – and, for want of a real definition, #witchaweakass doesn’t have a definition.