2013 resulted in a lot of great GIF making (thanks Jennifer Lawrence).
Google has rolled out its annual report of the most-searched terms of the year filled with everything from TV shows to movies.
They’ve also included a list of the GIFs people wanted to see the most.
Let’s count them down!
10. Grumpy Cat
The Internet became obsessed with the cat who always…
9. “Pitch Perfect” GIFs
People became obsessed with the cups song from this movie starring Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson.
8. “Hump Day” GIFs
Something to celebrate the fact that you made it to Wednesday.
Pretty self-explanatory, but basically comprised of reality TV women full of sass.
6. Loki GIFs
Actor Tom Hiddleston became very popular on the Internet after his appearance as anti-hero Loki in last year’s “The Avengers.”
5. Thanks, Obama!
The sarcastic GIF was made as a response to people who use the president as a scapegoat for events that are often out of his control. With that in mind, the GIF shows people “blaming” the most simple inconveniences on the president.
Whenever something is entirely too overwhelming to handle — like the end of most “Breaking Bad” episodes this season — someone online may say they’re either having “all the feels” or simply the “feels.”
Yes, this is a thing.
3. Jennifer Lawrence
Google doesn’t specify any one, but the “Hunger Games” actress had a wide-range of memorable GIFs this year.
2. Nope GIF
This can consist of any image expressing your utter disdain and/or disapproval with something unpleasant.
We’ll let David Tennant of “Doctor Who” illustrate this one.
“It’s snowing outside and I have an 8 a.m. meeting.”
Does that sound appealing?
Miley Cyrus posted a video of herself twerking in a unicorn onesie back in March on Twitter.
After a raunchy performance with Robin Thicke at MTV’s Video Music Awards, everyone wanted to know what twerking was.
That’s all folks.
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