Internet Rundown: September 12, 2011

Ever wonder what the world would be like if women’s medication ads became self-aware?  Well now you can find out.  [Cracked]

Is it wrong that I want to smash the world’s “cutest kitten” a la Lenny from Of Mice and Men?  [CuteOverload]

Check out these awesome close-up photos of wild animals in snowy countryside.  [WildAmmo]

A man dressed as Gumby tries to rob a convenience store, but nobody takes him seriously.  What a blockhead.  [HuffPo]

You knew this would happen eventually: A Mexican teen girl offers her virginity in exchange for Justin Bieber tickets.  [BroBible]


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