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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 favorites.
Rich, creamy ice cream -- no freezer required? http://t.co/feXnrJC
That will always be the dream, but the New York Times Magazine voiced a craving for something starchier...
The 6th Floor Blog: Sentence of the Month, A Big Greasy Breakfast of Winners http://t.co/88ySBkB
The sentence of the month, sadly, was not about a big greasy breakfast, which means this link is safe to click through even if you skipped lunch.
Wind giants http://t.co/I3Twgy0
Vague, impenetrable BBC Twitter update or a rundown of the key players in Norse mythology? It's the former, but we were fooled for a while there.
'Kate Plus 8' gets the ax from TLC -- is this a cause for lamentation or joy? http://t.co/tu6yTxQ
That all depends--if you're Kate or one of the eight, it's probably cause for lamentation. If you're Jon or the rest of the viewing public, the answer's probably joy.
A baby named Donuts: The story of an infant abandoned on the streets of Shanghai: http://t.co/gu049vZ #longreads
The saddest and most heart-wrenching story you'll read all day, silly Twitter link not withstanding. It has a happy ending, so we feel like it's acceptable to chide Slate for courting the breakfast food readership.
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