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 favorites.
Animal Planet Documentary Confirms That Heidi Fleiss Is Still a Crazy Parrot Lady http://tinyurl.com/3g8dth3
The pecking order for crazy animal people, in ascending order of potential strangeness: parrot, dog, lizard, snake, rodent, cat.
The U.S. heat wave has racked up 98 record nighttime highs. Have any tricks for sleeping? Let us know. We may want to talk to you.
Fine, but call before 7. After that we're busy doing our special sleep trick.
Where Do Dwarf-Eating Carp Come From? http://nyti.ms/oXHEB2
Don't say, "The place where they film Game of Thrones." Those are dwarf-eating tilapia and everyone at Comic-Con knows it.
Remember when Murdoch was called a "moth-eaten kangaroo"? http://wapo.st/qQu2Pr
We do not, but it does not surprise. Other Murdoch nicknames we would believe include: Marmite huffer, son of a motherless dingo, and Old Man Table Slap.
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One of America's foremost What the Tweeters, struck down in her prime.
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