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 favorites.




Piranha Attacks: Not Like The Movies http://t.co/PzjWAPoBThu Sep 29 14:42:36 via twitterfeed


Pod people attacks, however, bear a strong resemblance to their fictional counterparts

Kate Middleton viewed a frozen, bloody head at the National Portrait Gallery in London Wednesday. http://t.co/leGz91ioThu Sep 29 12:53:33 via bitly


Just like that scene in Roman Holiday. You know, the frozen head in the fountain scene.

VIDEO: Doctor 'told guard to put vials in bag' http://t.co/W5aifhh6Thu Sep 29 18:10:36 via twitterfeed


We apologize for the graphic nature of today's What the Tweet, but this is the news cycle. And there are a lot of stories about things going in bags that should be next to the pancreas.

Common courtesy cost these kids dearly http://t.co/W8kNRFBgThu Sep 29 22:12:02 via The Huffington Post


Let that be a lesson to you kids: never be courteous and grow up as fast as you can. The world's better as a pushy type with creaky knees.

This isn't a case of forgotten belt syndrome: Crotches are (sadly) in! http://t.co/iiQ8ol93Thu Sep 29 20:00:10 via HootSuite


And here we thought they were going to have a cure for forgotten belt syndrome within five years. Our pants can't be expected to stay up on their own.