25 November 2012

WORD OF THE YEAR #intpipomo

This is related, I promise.

Oxford American Dictionary has announced the word of the year for 2012. The American English winner is...prepare yourselves...GIF!!!!!!!!!!

The editors said gif was being recognized for making the crucial transition from noun to verb, "to gif": to create a gif file of an image or video sequence, especially relating to an event. And, inevitably, to share it online. Cute kittens, Olympic champions, President Obama — they've all been giffed.
So. I bring you...MOAR GIFS. Just...if you want to find some yourself and you have safe search off. Well. Don't have safe search off.