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.
Miniature fairytale for royal dolls' house to be published full size gu.com/p/37x5g/tf— Guardian Books (@GuardianBooks) April 18, 2012
We spent several minutes at different times during the day trying to unpack this. No luck. All we know is, it sounds excessive.
James Franco remembers the film set from hell bit.ly/HLlPN5— Newsweek (@Newsweek) April 18, 2012
"The last one I was on." We kid, James Franco! It wasn't a film set at all. It was the entire rehearsal process leading up to his Oscar hosting gig.
That time a stranger sends you nude photos, thinking you're someone else. slate.me/HQx4m9— Slate (@Slate) April 18, 2012
Best Flag Day ever.
The most unusual candle we've seen huff.to/I22XrL— Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) April 18, 2012
For starters, it's unscented. And upon closer examination, appears to be a carrot.
The rare clarifying tweet that actually puts out a new potentially confusing detail. Solid work, all around. Now we don't know what to think, it's like Jagged Edge.
The rock hyrax - a small mammal - may use syntax and dialects when it sings its complex songs, study finds bbc.in/HXhW4j— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) April 18, 2012
The rock hyrax is Bruce Springsteen.