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.
Wired Review: Bugaboo Donkey is the Optimus Prime of Children's Strollers http://ow.ly/4GArr
Let's hope you know your Transformers references, otherwise you won't know whether to buy this $1,500 stroller.
Today's war photo involves puppies: http://su.pr/2IOKDD
This link actually goes to a picture of a soldier and two puppies that's sweet and not at all horrifying. Obviously, we understand why some of you still aren't clicking on it, but that's the truth.
Should every child be made to play chess? http://bbc.in/e1p516
It's come to this for royal wedding-battered Britain: debating the merits of compulsory games of chess. Only one town has gone ahead and adopted the policy, a number that will likely increase as Prince William and Kate Middleton's big day draws closer.
The froth in the ritzier parts of London conceals a fragile national market http://econ.st/ewou2V
The froth is the result of the still-inflated London real estate market, not a Starbucks-related mishap. Unfortunately.
Hats in hot demand: http://bit.ly/gqSaOn
The Scott Pelley era begins!
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