Google Revealed The Top 10 Most Searched For GIFs Of 2015.
We see them everywhere -- GIFs are an Internet sensation. The first GIF, or graphics interchange format, was first introduced by Steve Wilhite of Compuserve in 1987. Due to its compressed format, slow modems are able to load the moving photo easily. Even though they make our eyes hurt, they are malleable, and we use them for whatever context we deem appropriate for a good laugh (mostly to laugh at our own pain).
Below you will find the Top 10 GIFs of 2015 according to Google. At the top, we have actor Shia LaBeouf's "Just Do It" GIF originally from his YouTube video. It's perfect for self-motivation, especially if you have an upcoming test, are on the verge of asking someone on a date, or have been putting something off for a long time. On the list, we also have American professional wrestler John Cena and Canadian artist Drake, among other more practical ones such as "Happy Birthday."
Have a look (not for too long) and tell us what you would caption them.