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. So after a long day spent staring at Twitter, we're sharing our favorites. 

Quelle horreur! US Republican presidential frontrunner Mitt #Romney pilloried in rival's ad - for speaking French http://t.co/i50bBWFPFri Jan 13 17:04:10 via BBC News


On a normal day, this would have been the most memorable use of a French interjection...

Mais Non! France's "Free" Cell Phone Will (Likely) Never Work In The U.S. http://t.co/GwdXR4C3 by @KiteatonFri Jan 13 14:33:22 via TweetDeck


...but this was not a normal day.

Four Pinocchios for ‘King of Bain’ http://t.co/BvFDsulyFri Jan 13 16:39:31 via SocialFlow


We're curious: how did The Post settle on four as the maximum on the Pinocchio scale? 

Philosotoddler knows it all (PHOTOS) http://t.co/KMlyCDTHFri Jan 13 21:56:05 via The Huffington Post


Which is nonsense, of course, because if Shakespeare taught us anything, it's that there are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in Philosotoddler's $1,500 stroller.

A nonsensical heist movie partially made up for by liberal Wahlberg shirtlessness: http://t.co/kxINj5mD #reviews #moviesFri Jan 13 20:26:12 via SocialFlow


Out of nowhere swipe at nonsensical heist movies! We don't expect our heist movies to be infallible, though we do like it when they have scenes where the grizzled thief outsmarts the young thief.

Woman says wearing fake penis to work got her fired... http://t.co/exOsA0TU

Downgrades, snow, and Tim Tebow all seemed to dominate our Twitter feed today. Then there was this.

Soon Your TV Will Watch You, Too http://t.co/HCy8FtBvFri Jan 13 19:37:09 via Advertising Age


Just a horrifying notion to consider at the start of a long, cold weekend. Now enjoy the playoff football, Golden Globes coverage, and hundreds of hours of on-demand programming.