This Week In GIFs: Where civility goes to die

A man ran around on the field, a kid took a kick to the face, and Ace Sanders made everyone look stupid again. It's a big week in THIS WEEK IN GIFs. Vote, and help us crown a champion.

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This Week In GIFs: How we voted

In the end, the GIF that ends with the toddler being struck in the face will always win. After a considerably close vote, the winner of Week 21 of THIS WEEK IN GIFs is ...

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... WILLIE THE WILDCAT.

Willie, in his normal life, is probably some 20-year-old junior who is not at all equipped for the task of trying to console a three-year-old he just kicked in the fact while wearing a giant animal head. Lesson, dude: if you accidentally knock down a kid, that kid wants NOTHING to do with you. I wonder whether he removed the head before apologizing to his mother or he just offered a muffled, expressionless "sorry."

Valued Internet subscriber Area Sports Athlete perhaps said it best:

Willie the Wildcat

that was the least successful rendition of I’m a lil Teapot I’ve ever seen

Thanks as always for voting, friends. Stay tuned for Week 22 of THIS WEEK IN GIFs this week.

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