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.
From now on it's puppy mills, fly-by-night pet shops, or nothing, dear Golden State.
These are the things the world would know if National Geographic went ahead with more alligator-related counterprogramming during Shark Week.
Reports circulating that Kate Moss likes to stay home and play bingo http://nym.ag/psnYPt
It's true! At least according to Most friend Sadie Frost, who also says the model now spends her Saturdays "hang[ing] out in the garden." Which doesn't even appear to be a euphemism for anything.
Did you know "bidet" is French for "thing that washes your junk?" Fact. Also, pics of the new "Jersey Shore" house: http://nydn.us/nGoqLd
As Jersey Shore previews go, this is one of the kinder ones. Not the kindest, mind you, but in the upper tier.
What is going on with his feed??? RT @davidfolkenflik: Iiiioioioooiioiioijjmolooopool
Like horses, official Twitter accounts spook easily when there's a pocket tweet (oh, the things you can do with smartphones) in the offing.
All the pie news that's fit to print.
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