With the social media buffet filling your tech buds with tastier ways to communicate, GIFs always leave you wanting to go back for second helpings. If you follow any of the OutSpokenNYC boys (TJ, Stevie, Jon, Tyler, Dan or Tommy) on Twitter you’ll notice our banter includes a quick comebacks which feature images ranging from Bad Girl’s Club on Oxygen to Oprah giveaways to Anna Faris‘ finest moments. Not sure what a GIF (pronounced “JIF,” although few tend to believe it’s “GI-F”) is? Check this out. That simple. A single image file that’s formatted with minimal animation, all for the sake of entertainment. Need a solution to answering a catty queen on Twitter? Just stick it to them with a GIF.
Here are my “Top 5 GIF Resources ” that will surely entertain throughout your work breaks and take over your late night browsing. Check them out below!
Mean Girl GIFS: The perfect destination for snark and sass, featuring the baddest bitches on the web.
Imperial Bedrooms: A Tumblr account after my own heart, blogger (Joey) creates GIFs for your favorite indie films to cult classics and underrated television comedies. Ok, fine, he sprinkles in some of your typical favorites (“Pretty Little Liars,” “Precious” and “The Devil Wears Prada”), but the more underrated the more street cred you’ll receive.
Octopussoir: If you want to spend your day filling your bookmark folder with quick quips that will have you continuously laughing from when you get home until the sun comes up, check out this Tumblr. Your favorite reality shows are showcased in the best way possible: quick moments that you probably missed on screen are put here for personal enjoyment.
Reality TV GIFs: From the mind of MTV Buzzworthy’s T. Kyle MacMahon comes a high traffic GIF’s only site where you’ll find Teresa Giudice and her family in their prime. You’ll find your best quotes here, along with video clips and, my personal favorite, GIFs of Milania Giudice giving the cast of ‘Toddlers & Tiaras‘ a run for their money.
Fuck Yeah 1990′s: Did you know Ryan Gosling starred in an episode of ‘Are You Afraid of the Dark?’ Neither did I. Whenever you’re feeling nostalgic or want a good laugh from those old Kraft Macaroni and Cheese commercials, this is the place to crash. From Amy Jo Johnston to ‘Clueless‘, Lisa Frank, Super Nintendo and R.L. Stine’s ‘Goosebumps‘, you’re sure to get that nostalgic bug chomping at your Sally Mae thought process. Oh, to be a kid again.