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.
Heavy Lifting, No Rest, Candy: the Bulgarian Method http://on.wsj.com/kSR1Gl
The heavy lifting lets you burn off calories from the candy, and the lack of rest isn't noticeable because of the sugar high. It's a wonder they ever let this thing off the Continent.
Divorce was never "groovy" http://t.co/F3nAW66
Nor was it rad, mod, fetch, rocktastic, or tubular. A marriage coming apart is none of those things.
Coming to cigarette packs in the U.S. - dead bodies and cancerous lungs | http://bloom.bg/iwfgEG
This is about the graphic packaging you see on cigarettes in places like Europe. Though one wonders if including actual body parts in each pack as a kind of Cracker Jack-inspired prize/cautionary tale might be the more effective strategy.
Scientist at Work: Why Study Hyenas? http://bit.ly/kI6sWg
It's like Fitzgerald said: in a real hyena doctor's soul, it is always three a.m.
Martha Stewart('s exploding tables) could kill you http://bit.ly/jaWXd6
Wedding toast tips: Don't mention the coke-fueled orgies. http://slate.me/k4gmqP
And for the love of Pete, you're a grown man: you should be able to give a two-minute speech without the use of note cards.
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