When I was in college, I went through a phase where I could zone out to pretty much anything: Music, drum circles, a blank wall, the pattern on a pair of patchwork pants that smelled like patchouli. You name it, I could dig it.
Perhaps fortunately, gifs didn't really exist when I was in college. Sure, we had the primitive 8-bit gifs that people could share via AOL Instant Messenger (for you kids, that was the way we talked to each other about old-timey things when the telegraph systems were down.)
However, we didn't have gifs like the ones today, which range anywhere from high resolution loops of Beyonce falling over at a concert to an endless cycle of clouds forming over a body of water. These repetitive masterpieces would have had me missing all of my college classes, even the ones that started after lunch.
Totally nuts, bro.
Killer clouds, dude.
This is like, totally surreal.
I was just saying that I....wait, what?
And I was just like, what does it all mean?
Don't mess with her, bro.
Is that the gif, or is that my eyes?
I can't even figure it out, man.
Why is he doing that, man?
That's cold, dude.
This is like, totally crazy.
Do you think time runs on a continuum?
Is heaven real?
Way to harsh my mellow.
Chill vibes, bro.
Life comes at you fast, brother.
Is it like a real storm, is it like, a storm of the mind?
Life is a total blur for me right now.
Life is like, always moving forward.
It's hitting me too hard, guys.
No man, not those kind of mushrooms.
I'm just like, whatever I want to be, you know man?
Excellent vibes, my friends.
I'm just trying to break the walls of oppression that my parents have built.
Keep it chill, brother. The pizza is right here.