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.

Mozzarella, a love letter | http://t.co/SlNUEDDWed Sep 07 18:20:03 via HootSuite



Even if it's unnecessary, tacking NSFW on the end of tweets about love letters written about food can only lead to more clickthroughs. People are just curious. 

RT @fmanjoo: Frozen Lasagna maker tried the hidden camera trick on a bunch of bloggers. Backfired. http://t.co/U1xQi1TWed Sep 07 18:48:41 via SocialFlow


You have to get up pretty early in the morning to fool bloggers with the old frozen lasagna trick. That's been around since AOL 3.0.


An echo? Thunder? A juicy Page Six item involving Anna Wintour? Just give us some sort of sign.

RT @lafoey: your tweets have been depressing. anything good happening today? <~ Dog sets record for biggest ears. http://t.co/KEekc0PWed Sep 07 13:56:37 via TweetDeck


Good for the big-eared dog! Although this news cycle technically can't claim him, since he's had those ears since birth. 


Strong on facts, less strong on not smudging hands and pants. Not an Oscar contender, despite fine work from Chris Cooper as the classified section.

Just a boring story about a weatherman waking up in a drugged haze in a bathtub with a corpse wearing a dog collar http://t.co/xbdbtE0Wed Sep 07 19:51:07 via TweetDeck


The summer news lull is officially over. Let the autumn of drugged weathermen waking up next to corpses begin!