Reading While Eating for February 14: Drunk Fish, Wikipedia Wars, Dogs on Display

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A child performer in traditional costumes eats bread as they rehearse for the upcoming Lantern Festival at a park in Taiyuan, Shanxi province February 11, 2011.


In honor of Valentine’s Day, NewsFeed brings you some love advice and the world’s longest kiss.

Anti-Social Fish: A new study shows that exposure to alcohol makes fish anti-social. Some humans would be lucky to experience this consequence when inebriated. (Discovery News)

World’s Longest Kiss: Seven couples in Pattaya, Thailand broke the world record for longest kiss, celebrating Valentine’s Day with a 36 hour lip lock. (CBS News)

The Biebs Got Bite: After losing best new artist of the year, Justin Bieber fanatics hacked surprise winner Esperanza Spalding’s Wikipedia page. Good thing we all know everything on Wikipedia is true.

Doggy World Series: America’s second-oldest sporting competition, the Westminster Dog Show, in under way in Madison Square Garden Monday and Tuesday. (Washington Post)

End of an Era: Legendary Brazilian “football” player Ronaldo announced his retirement from the sport. The star is three-time FIFA player of the year and led Brazil to two World Cup titles. (BBC Sports)

Chicken and the Egg: Known for wild get ups, the 53rd Grammy Awards did not dissapoint. See the best and worst dressed. The highlights: Lady Gaga arrived in a giant egg and Cee-Lo performed as a peacock. (LIFE)

Was That English?: The tricky thing about live news broadcasts is that they’re live. Watch CBS News correspondent Serene Branson learn this the hard way, as she epically flubs her Grammy’s report. (BuzzFeed)

Must See: If you’re still unsure what to do for that special someone today, maybe you should take a page out of Don Mazzetti’s book. On second thought, maybe you should just laugh at this prince of romance. (Daily What)