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The week's best of the internet
The 9 best images, videos, and memes to emerge from the great digital playground — from the Game of Thrones cast mumbling the show's theme song to Vice's Lil Bub teaser
We love you Lil Bub! Sincerely, The Internet.
We love you Lil Bub! Sincerely, The Internet. YouTube

1. Street performer punches heckler in the face
This week in catharsis: A street performer gently lets an annoying heckler know there's a human under there, all without saying a word. (Via Laughing Squid)

2. Hypnotic music squares
Okay, so this magnetic time-suck has been around for awhile now. But when our in-house social media pro Jess Hullinger G-chatted it to me, it was like finding a message in a bottle. Have at it. (Link)

3. Vice is making a Lil Bub documentary 
The internet's best living creature (sorry, Boo) is getting her own movie. Grumpy Cat's in it, too!

4. Henry Blodget finds a newspaper
Business Insider boss and recently enchanted airplane-fan Henry Blodget came across a peculiar thing outside his hotel door. It had words, photos, and headlines — just like his beloved iPad. This, however, was somehow different. An artifact from a lost time. Some believe it to be called...a newspaper. (Via Business Insider)

5. Great latte foam art (Via Imgur)

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6. The Game of Thrones cast attempts to sing the show's wordless theme song 
Arya Stark wins again. She's so talented, that one. (Via MTV)

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7. Twitter's 7th anniversary video set to the Inception theme
Feels a little different from the original. I can't quite put my finger on it. Hmmm. (Via BuzzFeed)

8. A really good Girls GIF 
Raise your hand if you think Shoshanna needs her own spin-off show. (Via Twitter)

 

9. Cat of the Week
Say what's up to Brit from Rhode Island. Like many of us, she's had a long week and could use a nap. (Thanks, Justin!)

Do you own a cat/dog/other cuddly thing? Send a photo to Gayomali@TheWeek.com for a chance to be featured.

Chris Gayomali is the science and technology editor for TheWeek.com. Sometimes he writes about other stuff. His work has also appeared in TIME, Men's JournalEsquire, and The Atlantic.

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