We respect and value the social media editors who share the links that make our jobs easier. But sometimes we have no idea what they're talking about. So after a day of staring at Twitter, we're sharing our favorites.

Why do ghosts say “boo”? What do they say in other languages? EXPLAINED: http://t.co/I3lfEkTM #Halloween #questionsMon Oct 31 14:07:20 via SocialFlow


We put the question to Google Translate. In Czech, boo is 'vypískat.' In French it is 'huer,' while Estonian ghosts yell 'Maha karjuma!' In Norwegian, however, boo is still boo.

We’re closer to mind-reading than you may think http://t.co/Te20KpE2Mon Oct 31 16:52:04 via SocialFlow


Though if we were really that close, The Washington Post wouldn't have even needed to tweet a link to the story.

Austrians look forward to new national anthem http://t.co/P4S6zenMMon Oct 31 20:09:44 via twitterfeed


Maybe this is what every country needs to start feeling better about the age of austerity. It wouldn't even be that hard to conduct a vote. Most countries probably have the infrastructure in-place already for their American Idol spinoffs.

Shark bites surfer's neck at same beach where friend was previously attacked http://t.co/5s47xevWMon Oct 31 18:10:09 via The Huffington Post


It's like the old saying: you can never go home again, because a shark will be waiting to bite you on the neck.

Boo! Happy Halloween. Who's going to humiliate their dogs this year? http://t.co/9xJ5c6nEMon Oct 31 15:40:03 via HootSuite


Nobody breathe a word of this tweet to Jill Abramson. Not a word.

Zombies take over The Huffington Post http://t.co/49XjY024Mon Oct 31 16:46:22 via Sprout Social


That's what they get for upsetting AOL's ancient burial ground. They should've let those "20 Free Hours!" discs rest in peace.