Yeah, he meant it to me, too.
If you’re not into anime gifs, then you can use this one instead.
This one, of course, is my favorite. It’s a simple image that’s been animated using a simple GIF animation. You can see a few other animated gifs here.
This is the GIF that made me like it most. I was just reading through one of my favorite websites, The Awesomeness of Flipping Out, and I came across this GIF. It is a simple, cute, and funny image, and it has nothing to do with anime at all, it’s just an awesome image that everyone should know by heart.
So here’s what I didn’t like: The animation. This GIF needs to be animated in a much more sophisticated way than this simple animation. The animation looks very sluggish for a GIF. The animation is so short that it doesn’t seem like it was made in a few hours. It doesn’t have a sense of fun, yet it had a sense of fun to it.
The truth is that this GIF was made in less than ten minutes with an animation that is so simple that it did not take much to make it happen. And yet it has that feeling of “I’m gonna kill you” that you get when you watch a lot of anime.
The truth is that if animation was made in an hour or less, you would probably get one like this. If you are a gif-lover, you will probably want to check this GIF out.
There is nothing like the feeling of having a GIF made right in your face. You don’t even have to open your eyes, the GIF will make it happen. This is what I call a “sense of wonder” moment.
I hope you all had an amazing weekend. The night before I went to my first live-streaming conference, which I’ll be covering in more detail soon, I was looking over the streamer’s list of guests and realized I had no idea who they were or why I was talking with them. I was still trying to figure out how to respond to them when I noticed this very funny gif that was uploaded during the stream.
I wish I had the link here, but I’m sure you’ve seen that gif before. It’s the classic, “you’re welcome to the party, but if you’re not going to go to the party you’re not really welcome.” (Or you’re not actually really welcome.