Nov 12, 2012
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The humble GIF has had a big year: it turned 25 in June, and was the preferred file format during the recent presidential debates. Now, a new honor has been bestowed upon it — Oxford University Press has dubbed GIF the word of the year in the US, beating out YOLO.
'GIF' is the Oxford University Press word of the year in the US
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  4. isitgoodquestionmark said: and it’s the verb version! also i just discovered you can reply on tumblr. wins all around.
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    yo GIF, i’m really happy for you, imma let you finish, but mostly i’m HORRIFIED that YOLO was even
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