It's so cute, the way they scam people...
If you've had a facebook account any time in the past three or four years, you've no doubt shared all manner of quizzes and games asking "what's your Hobbit name?" and "who is your celebrity twin?", etc.
But here's the thing. When someone puts up a trending topic on twitter to make up, say, your porn star name, the game should make you paranoid. Combining your mother's maiden name and the name of your first pet, or some such combination, can often reveal your secret answers to your online email and bank accounts.
Mashable therefore raises the question: did someone start this to gather information with less than honest motives? Who knows? It could just be a 14-year-old with too much time on their hands (and the rest of us, who have too much time to play). But keep in mind that personal data - even the seemingly innocuous - can be one of the many puzzle pieces that when put together add up to your identity in someone else's hands. This is one of those situations where it's perfectly OK to make up answers. We won't tell.