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The week's best of the internet

The best images, videos, and memes to emerge from the great digital playground — from Mike Tyson playing Punch-Out for the first time to the Seattle PD's stoner-baiting Doritos trap

1. Mike Tyson plays Mike Tyson's Punch-Out, history is madeAnyone who spent at least part of their childhood in the '80s should be somewhat familiar with Mike Tyson's Punch-Out, arguably the finest boxing video game ever created. In an upcoming interview, Fox Sports revealed at least one person out there who has never played it: Mike Tyson himself, who we'll assume was too busy pummeling things at the time. (via TIME)

2. "Those turtles" I feel you, April.

3. Say hi...…to this great sea otter! (via Cute Overload)

4. The best first pitch ever happened in South KoreaHere's actress and taekwondo butt-kicker Tae-Mi (aka Kim Kyung Sook) throwing what could be the best first pitch in baseball history. I give her midair corkscrew wind-up 10 out of 10 Carly Rae Jepsens. (via Angry Asian Man)

5. Seattle Police offered free Doritos at a pot festivalThey tweeted about it, too. (Via Business Insider)

6. Ghost shark GIFsVulture rounded up the most GIFable moments from the SyFy channel's latest original movie, Ghost Shark, which we'll assume is exactly like Sharknado but less windy. The rest are equally magnificent.

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