Your Meme of the Week: Come At Me Bro

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What are you looking at, bitch? You reading this Meme Of The Week or something? You think you're better than me? What, you too good to also share and like this for Facebook? You can't retweet this? Come at me bro, or brosephina, whichever's the case.

Two seasons ago on Jersey Shore, you may remember seeing Ronnie, The Bear Guido, fighting a gentleman on the boardwalk after a hearty bull session regarding masculinity. During the course of the run-up to the fight, Ronnie exclaims repeatedly to his opponent, "Come at me, bro."

Of course, this phrase caught on as a meme online, and began gathering steam, with innumerable permutations of the catchphrase making the rounds. Interestingly enough, I have never heard anyone utter those words in anger. But then again, I don't bareknuckle brawl in Pearland anymore for tattoo money.

Here's a few of the best of the Come At Me Bro, including a few I made on my own. Yes, I get paid for this. In hugs.

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