As a challenge extended from one bro to another, the call of "come at me bro," often accompanied by an exaggerated "puffing up" gesture, is well known to cultural anthropologists; in fact, the behavior -- famously typified by Ronnie from The Jersey Shore -- is prevalent across the animal kingdom and beyond as a way of threat or intimidation. Because anthropology is fascinating, and because today is Wednesday, the day that we bring you the best of our weird internetz world in a random compendium of images loosely related to whatever topic we happen to come up with, here you go: eleven images of bros encouraging bros to come at them, bro.
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