Trend-setting wish list

Trend-setting wish list

Young Post is open and democratic. We always love to hear your feedback on our content. Therefore, for this week's Top 10, we asked our readers what they want to see on Top 10

1. Why the break-up, Bieber?

What made Selena Gomez break up with Justin Bieber? Do you think it's because Justin went to The Lion King Broadway show without her?

Doris Lam

2. Childhood TV shows

It would be great to see what others liked to watch when they were kids. Bob the Builder, SpongeBob SquarePants, or even Teletubbies. Who knows? That's what makes everything interesting.

Mimi Lam

3. What should not appear on Top 10

Maybe Young Post should consider compiling a Top 10 list of things that should not appear in the Top 10. You'll never know ... until you have the list!

Kate Ng

4. Dog food

I always know which brand I am into. Yes, it is the chicken-flavoured bites I have stuck to for the past two years. For those who are looking for a switch, this list would be a good place to start.

Dennis Goodboy

5. Pranks at school

Want to be the trendsetter at school? Go to this list of pranks, which would include "frog in the mug", "the disappearing book" and "the floating pencil case".

Alex Lee

6. Street snacks

Tired of packaged chips that all taste the same? Get started with this list and be prepared to spend your pocket money on crunchy mini-egg puffs, curried fish balls and flavoured bubble tea.

Lau Chun-kit

7. Stressful things

There are many things other than exams that stress us out. This list would at least relieve some stress on my brain. No need to memorise my greatest stresses in life any more!

Cassandra Lee

8. Places to hang out

We are all bored of overcrowded Harbour City and Times Square. We need a list of hip cafes, independent shops and spacious parks in Hong Kong.

Yasmin Subba

9. Cool Christmas gifts

November is coming to an end, which means Christmas is just around the corner. I am still panicking about what gifts to get for family and friends. The mug I bought for my sister last year didn't go down well. A Christmas wish list is definitely something Young Post should include.

David Besford

10. Film adaptations

I am so tired of people complaining that "the book is so much better than the film". Let's turn things around and come up with a list of films that shine brighter than the books. I'll start first: Mean Girls. Did you even know it is actually based on a book called Queen Bees & Wannabes?

Vanessa Chiu

Next week:

What is the best film adaptation of a book you have ever seen? Send your answer, together with your name, to reporters.club@scmp.com now, with "top 10" in the subject bar.

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