Here at The Atlantic Wire, we respect and value the social media editors who share the links that make our jobs easier. Sometimes, though, we have no idea what they're talking about. So after a day of staring at Twitter, we're sharing our favorite head-scratchers.


Kristen Wiig deserves better than crass, overlong Bridesmaids (via @szacharek) http://bit.ly/k0Dq0Fless than a minute ago via TweetDeck Favorite Retweet Reply


We agree. Also, her new movie looks pretty bad.


Harriet Tubman = original Bond? Women spies of the Civil War http://trov.es/lckqP8 | #Trove Civil War History channel: http://trov.es/jQnUjLless than a minute ago via HootSuite Favorite Retweet Reply


We love stories about the famous names that were almost cast in iconic roles, but this is tough to believe, not least because James Bond is English and probably wouldn't be fighting in the American Civil War.


Music: Eurovision Song Contest Is a Sequined, Campy Balm http://nyti.ms/jay6nNless than a minute ago via The New York Times Favorite Retweet Reply



We bet it's also a painful balm. Because of the sequins. They are not soothing--they are scratchy.


Crazy Yugoslavian monuments in decay--PHOTOS: http://bit.ly/hGUf4lless than a minute ago via HootSuite Favorite Retweet Reply



America's inanimate structures, on the other hand, have exceptional access to mental health care. It's why they always look nice.


Are "headless fatties" in the media making us fat? http://su.pr/1sYJqfless than a minute ago via Su.pr Favorite Retweet Reply


Not the headless fatties in media, but the headless fatties depicted by the media. There's evidence that illustrating America's obesity problem with a graphic of a headless cartoon fat person makes real-life overweight people feel bad, and reinforces bad habits. We knew those headless cartoon blobs were up to something.



The 2012 Race is Becoming A Tale of Two Mormons: Huntsman & Romney http://thebea.st/imfBOa #LDSless than a minute ago via CoTweet Favorite Retweet Reply

 

More like "ugh the tweet." Even Charles Dickens would be tired of "Tale of Two ____" headlines by now.