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.
She was a voracious consumer of books. But not in a good way. wapo.st/L7TFxI— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) May 15, 2012
It involved different wines and sauces based on genre and date of first publication. Once again, it was not the good kind of book devouring
"What difference does it make if he were gay?" John Gotti's widow comes to John Travolta's defense nydn.us/J578VP— NY Daily News Gossip (@NYDNgossip) May 15, 2012
Sometimes it takes a burgeoning sex scandal with multiple accusers to learn who your true friends are. And sometimes those friends are the wives of vicious criminals you're attached to portray in a film.
This little girl just KNOWS huff.to/J45x3q— Huffington Post (@HuffingtonPost) May 15, 2012
Anything. Everything. Ask her. You'll see.
Is urinating in public ever acceptable? bbc.in/KriiTN— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) May 15, 2012
No. But we must accept that drunks and children with small bladders and no sense of why they shouldn't have had that last Fanta before leaving Pizza Hut will never fully cease their outdoor urination habits. This is a society of the many, and some of the many have drinking problems and aren't full grown yet.
This is a thing that exists: sap beer. Anyone ever had it?— AllThingsConsidered (@npratc) May 15, 2012
Not us. But we have a fancy beer guy in our building, he could probably discuss it, but not in 140 characters. No way. Fancy beer guys need stretching room when they start in on the fermentation process.
Romney: Debt is like 'prairie fire' bit.ly/JZLsGt— CNN Political Ticker (@PoliticalTicker) May 15, 2012
Typical Romney. The man has clearly never fought a prairie fire dangling by one arm from the landing skids of a chopper while manipulating a high-pressure hose with the other. So why even bring it up?