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.

 

 

It's so hot trees are whistling for dogs. http://t.co/RJnxoReThu Sep 01 21:07:58 via TweetDeck


Talk to us when rocks begin beatboxing for Gatorade. That's when you know it's really steamy.

Where is the New York Times finding the women who think as long as you look young, you're still fertile? http://t.co/pe9fdPIThu Sep 01 19:06:01 via SocialFlow


Online matchmaking service. That's where 15 percent of all new newspaper/middle-aged-women-who-just-assume-they-can-get-pregnant relationships get started nowadays.

Using Waffles to Gauge Storms http://t.co/kpywD87Thu Sep 01 18:06:17 via twitterfeed


Nobody's going to use waffles for at-home storm measuring until they can properly account for the syrup resistance factor. NOBODY.

Coffee House: Punish the rich, hurt everybody http://t.co/SungrXUThu Sep 01 08:36:51 via twitterfeed


This seems harsh. Can't we just refill everyone's coffee, put it on the rich's credit card, and call it a day?

Yvonne, Germany's Runaway Cow, Has Been Captured http://n.pr/oZ7wQKThu Sep 01 21:12:06 via twitterfeed

We must admit: we had D.B. Cooper going down before Yvonne in the office fugitive pool. Well-played, sir.