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.
We're glad cheese isn't pressed on gravestones anymore. huff.to/HbVtRN— Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) March 26, 2012
As are we. You can put it on our tombstone.
Caption this photo of the pope wearing a sombrero: t.co/5ueIGQHZ— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) March 26, 2012
Silly photo caption contests lend themselves nicely to Twitter. In this case, you really don't even need to see the sombrero photo in question.
Obama tells Russia to give him time... drudge.tw/GNXcLt— Drudge Report (@Drudge_Report) March 26, 2012
This is what foreign leaders can do while abroad. None of this "Pardon me, do you have the time?" business. Just demand the entire country check its watch. NOW.
Fake barrister jailed for 18 months t.co/H9IWekyk— Guardian news (@guardiannews) March 26, 2012
Sure, it may sound harsh, but a message needed to be sent to the other fake barristers out there.
Some BMW owners won't be beaming today: t.co/MH4bVgXb— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) March 26, 2012
Massive recall zing.
Before Twitter, we would have to wait until the morning papers to find out if Raul Castro wore a summer-weight suit, or went with a heavier, staid look. Those days are safely behind us.
The Caucus: The Early Word: Marathon t.co/wPKG5qU8— NYTimes Politics (@nytimespolitics) March 26, 2012
Does this mean we can put one of those 26.2 stickers on our car?