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.
Man fearing dream is reality causes bomb scare on train... http://t.co/WEuVaVF
This happens to us every few weeks. We blame it on the seldom-heard alternate version of Talking Heads' "Once in a Lifetime" where the man who wakes us and doesn't know whose beautiful wife this is decides to find out by causing chaos on a crowded form of public transportation.
The suspect in question isn't the former Yankees shortstop, but rather his son. This becomes more reasonable when you realize the elder Durocher has been dead for 20 years this October.
Courtney Love just walked into the Palm Court at the Plaza for the Marchesa show and then walked out again. #NYFW
Nobody makes an entrance and then an abrupt exit like Courtney Love. Nobody!
Our children need time not stuff http://t.co/8TNPe7i
Time, it should be noted, is a kind of stuff. It's also a thing, a gadget, and a modern do-whackey. All of which kids need in moderation.
Why aim so low? Why not predict a New York Yankees-Manchester United Super Bowl? That's why we have the #Slatepitches hashtag.
Hotel for....corpses? http://t.co/IStSmhv
Before you make a 'They're dying to get in' joke consider how you'd feel if this turned out to be a hotel for dogs. It's not, but it could be. You never know.
Nintendo is killing itself http://t.co/V8Pe0aP
But Nintendo has so much to live for. Like Mario, Luigi, Zelda, Tecmo Bowl Bo Jackson, millions of Wii Sports avatars, and barrel-tossing monkeys.
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