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

Mitt Romney may have a real alcohol problem — and he doesn’t drink http://t.co/Q3hujY35Mon Dec 19 13:25:06 via HootSuite



Aspiring push pollsters should take notice of this tweet's careful phrasing. Others should stand by their phones and await word from someone who just wants five minutes of your time to ask if you'd still feel comfortable voting for Rick Perry if you knew he wanted to block out the sun.

A Pollution Fight Powered by Bioluminescent Sea Creatures http://t.co/X4OMIZ3jMon Dec 19 17:03:49 via The New York Times



This is going to keep happening as long as members of Congress keep taking donations from the bioluminescent animal lobby.

Boxing Day tube strike challenged in high court http://t.co/VCcvw58eMon Dec 19 13:25:35 via twitterfeed


Boxing Day. Tube strikes. This, in case you did not notice, is a very English tweet. All that's missing is a reference to the Queen's Counsel who brought the case.

Questions over foreign criminals http://t.co/S1hu8QSHMon Dec 19 17:28:43 via twitterfeed

Before rushing to judgement, remember: One country's foreign criminal is another's homegrown scofflaw

25 people who thought Lil Kim died: http://t.co/MJblfU4Z via @BuzzFeedMon Dec 19 18:39:08 via SocialFlow


A year-end list you never want to be on: people who got confused about which famous-sounding person died. Granted, we've all been there, but that doesn't make the mistake any less of a facepalm moment.

2 Radiohead tracks exit the basement http://t.co/2NVp6YObMon Dec 19 16:42:03 via The Huffington Post

Good for the Radiohead tracks. Even Thom Yorke thought they were looking a little pasty.