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.
Which TV Character Would Entice You To Invest With A Firm That Maybe Seemed Like A Scam? http://bit.ly/iMkRDW
Anyone from the CW.
Sicko accused of having sex with dogs prompts activists to bark for tougher bestiality law http://nydn.us/jNJtbe
We were with this tweet right through the sicko part. Then things got horrifying. The only animal sound humans can be described as making that doesn't sound unsettling is chirping. That's a nice crisp way of communicating without words.
'Ireland is Not Greece,' and here's a T-shirt to prove it | http://bloom.bg/iLe0Wj
Beware of Irish Finance Ministers wearing novelty t-shirts.
What's that smell?? http://on.wsj.com/lNYhUL
Like the barking pun from earlier--we understood why you're doing it. And we like it! We like the enthusiasm. It's just a little forced, because obviously we don't know what that smell is. We're on the Internet. That smell is comming from inside Rupert Murdoch's building.
Sometimes social tact means deferring to forensic science http://bit.ly/itxOTI
We'll wait until the CSI team gets back with their results
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