We respect and value the social media editors who share the links that make our job easier. But sometimes, we have no idea what they are talking about. So after a long day spent staring at Twitter, we're sharing our favorites.
Are you brushing bacteria on your face? huff.to/ykbTDx— Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) March 14, 2012
The real question is whether or not you're flossing it.
Flaming Lips musical to debut in late 2012, minus Aaron Sorkin lat.ms/zivsfu— LAT Culture Monster (@culturemonster) March 14, 2012
Back in 2007, of course, Sorkin was attached to write a musical based on Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots. Now he's not, but knowing Sorkin, he'll probably come in to do a last-minute, uncredited polish.
Guinness Isn't Just for Serious Beer Drinkers Anymore - NYers are Slurping the Stout Like it's St. Patty's Day All Year nyp.st/zIar6w— New York Post (@NewYorkPost) March 14, 2012
"Slurping the stout" was the hands-down the goofiest and most lyrical phrase to pop in our Twitter feed today. As for firing up the imagination...
Mitt: "A cursed mythological figure who gets stronger on the outside while his insides decay." slate.me/zs3oVZ— Slate (@Slate) March 14, 2012
...we enjoyed coming up with names for this hypothetical creature of campaign trail mythology. The Mittotaur is an obvious choice, but we also enjoyed the Massean Dragon, Romclops, and GROMIT, the automaton made out of bronze that only competes in caucus states.
Ah, the inevitable picture of Cameron and Obama stuffing their faces with hot dogs.bit.ly/z4gN5n— The Guardian (@guardian) March 13, 2012
Cheap shot from The Guardian. When Cameron takes Obama to a game in London, they'll eat eel pie. When they're in Dayton -- where good people live -- and watching March Madness they're going to have hot dogs. It's a fine ballpark treat.
Check Your Wallet. DOgs Have Stole All Our Money. We Have Been fools— CNN News USA (@CNNNewsUSA) March 14, 2012
Better do what the tweet says. It knows we've all been fools.