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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.

Condom-stuffed acorns bring complaint to Pennsylvania judge than a minute ago via TweetDeck Favorite Retweet Reply


Clarification: the complaint was actually made against Pennsylvania judge Isaac Stoltzfus. It was brought to a state judicial panel, which ruled Stoltzfus brought "disrepute upon the bench" when he offered the condom-stuffed acorns to two female state employees last September. As for how he settled on acorns, that's still unclear.

Pippa Middleton Runs A Triathalon: And she appears to get roughed up by a topless frogman. Sorry. Since she only part... than a minute ago via Favorite Retweet Reply


Disappointment of the day: the frogman wasn't a frogman. He was a regular man in a skin-tight rubber body suit. Also, he didn't "rough up" Pippa. He lightly brushed against her while jogging. The rest is pretty much how it happened.


Human Centipede II banned in UK for horrific pornographic content--WATCH: h/t @slateviralless than a minute ago via SocialFlow Favorite Retweet Reply

Slate pitch: Why Slate readers love on clicking on links to "horrific pornographic content"

Science tells us there's still plenty of sperm to go around, so you can stop worrying now | (via @TIMEHealthland)less than a minute ago via HootSuite Favorite Retweet Reply

Compared to the frogman and the physics of stuffing condoms in acorn, this was third on our list of science-related worries for today. But it's good to know.

And Drudge is there.

Tony Picks From a Drama Book Shop Employee than a minute ago via SocialFlow Favorite Retweet Reply

We're totally reusing these picks for The Atlantic's office Tony pool.

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