Here at The Atlantic Wire, we respect and value the social media editors who share the links that make our jobs easier. Sometimes, though, we have no idea what they're talking about. So after a day of staring at Twitter, we're sharing our favorite head-scratchers.
Sometimes, people PAINT THEIR DOGS to look like pandas: http://bit.ly/kb8qQu
On behalf of everyone who merely dress their dogs up in special, dog-sized panda outfits, we deem this trend reprehensible.
What is Saturn's fantasyland moon hiding under its surface? | http://ti.me/mg0C2T
With 62 moons, you have to figure at least a few of Saturn's moons are keeping secrets. In the case on Enceladus, it's a frozen saltwater ocean. As secrets go--even astronomical secrets--that seems like a bit of a letdown.
The criminal folly of criminalising bath salts | Colin Kalmbacher http://gu.com/p/3v7vx/tf
When people say they want the government off their back and out of their bedroom, they rarely add, "And stay out of my bathtub, too." But they should.
Spotted: John Turturro on the subway train, reading the Daily News.
Does this count as a Humble Brag? If it's true, and the noted character actor really was reading the Daily News on the subway, isn't it just solid, real-time gossip reporting?
The potato fights back! | http://bloom.bg/jpGDGX
Remember the last 20 minutes of Carrie? It was like that, but with more carbs.
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