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.
We're going to say it: this is the best proposal story involving a Chinese woman, a carrot, and shouting shoppers that you'll read this year. All the others are fighting for second place.
What do birds have to do with Communism? Read: http://bit.ly/ofcd0K
And to think, the Florida Tea Party thought manatees were the pinkos of the animal kingdom.
Nurturing Weird Families in Tennessee http://nyti.ms/pDhIHb
Sadly, this isn't of much use to people who insist on buying their weird families from local farms.
Is Anne Hathaway sexy enough to play Catwoman? Let us know: 855.TMZ.LIVE (869.5483) #TMZLive
Long-time tweeters, first-time callers, it's your lucky day.
Two and a Half Men is the most successful sitcom on television, but we're still not sure a fantasy football-playing billionaire is a character audiences will relate to in this age of austerity.
Smashing things for no reason: It's a time-honored British tradition. http://slate.me/qlsx8c
So is botulism. But you wouldn't do either on a first date.
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