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So whatever happened to the Blink 182 girl...

  • BuzzFeed's 4 best things from the Internet this week
  • Remember Blink 182's cover girl? She's added some tattoos
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So whatever happened to the Blink 182 girl...

Sue Sylvester says planning is for wusses!

Sue Sylvester says planning is for wusses!

Each week, our friends at BuzzFeed -- the savvy gatekeepers of the Internet's most viral content -- provide The Best of the Interwebs, a conveniently packaged round-up of the week's most awesome, ridiculous or awesomely ridiculous stuff.

This week, Jane Lynch is declared 2012's winner in the Best Commencement Speech-stakes, a closer look at Hillary Clinton's newfound popularity and a couple dozen pop culture-fueled reminders that we're all getting older.

So here you are: BuzzFeed's four best things from the last five days:

1. Jane Lynch Smith College Commencement Speech

Every year there’s a standout celebrity or comedian commencement speech. This year, "Glee" star Jane Lynch takes the cake. (And her wife went to Smith!)

2. Blink 182 Girl Grows Up, Looks a Bit Different

This lady got famous for being on the cover of a Blink 182 album. Now, she’s… got some tattoos.

3. Speaking of Things That Make You Feel Old…

Take a stroll down memory lane and see what "Jerry Maguire" star Jonathan Lipnicki looks like, just how old Maggie Simpson would be now and what happened to all those awesome candies we used to eat. Then marvel at Meryl Streep's inability to age.

4. How The Internet Learned To Love Hillary Clinton

The media didn’t embrace the First Lady or the campaigner, but her online popularity has skyrocketed as Secretary of State. I mean, don’t you want to text her?

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