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"Come At Me Bro" is a confrontational expression supplied to suggest that one will not physically initiate a fight however is willing to fight if the situation arises. In picture macro, the phrase is frequently overlhelp on a picture wherein the topic is making an aggressive posture, usually through arms spcheck out out to each side.

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Origin

The phrase was popularized by the cast member Ronnie from Seaboy 1, Episode 6 of the MTV truth series Jersey Shore, originally aired on January 7th, 2010, in which he engages in a physical scuffle with a person on the boardwalk at Seaside Heights, NJ:<7>

Guy: (Begins taunting Ronnie)Ronnie: Come at me bro!Guy: (more taunting)Ronnie: No dude, you come at me bro. Hold your girl ago and also come at me bro!Guy: (also even more taunting)Ronnie: COME AT ME BRO, NO YOU COME AT ME BRO!!(Conversation repeats consecutively and circles for minutes)

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On February 10th, 2010, Urban Dictionary<2> user AmericaFTW submitted an enattempt for "come at me bro," which cited the Jersey Shore episode as the beginning of the phrase. On June 8th, 2011, YouTuber MrWalto69 uploaded a video clip titled "Zyzz: Come At Me Bro" featuring footage of the deceased amateur bodybuilder Aziz Shavershian (presented below). In the first three years, the video gathered more than 1.56 million views and 4,100 comments.

On September 20th, a photograph was submitted to the /r/pics<3> subreddit, which featured a detention slip given to a student for removing his shirt and yelling "come at me bro" (shown listed below, left). Prior to being archived, the short article got over 690 up votes and also 100 comments. On March 28th, 2012, FunnyJunk<7> user penutbuterjelytime uploaded an animated GIF titled "Come at Me Bro!", featuring a cow aggressively reacting to a cam through numerous confrontational captions (presented listed below, right).

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On January 30th, 2013, the viral content site BuzzFeed<4> published a compilation of significant "come at me bro" image macros featuring various animal topics (shown listed below, left). On July 8th, BuzzFeed<5> publiburned another "come at me bro" compilation via photographs of United States presidents through outextended arms (displayed below, right).