The best use of Wikipedia yet—a random GIF generator
Finally, the one true purpose of Wikipedia has been revealed: It’s a GIF repository.
A new Web application from developer Joël Franusic called WikiGIFs searches through the site’s massive archive for animations featured in its articles. Given that the GIF is actually older than online encyclopedia, it’s no surprise that there are literally thousands to choose from.
The site is hours of fun, a timesuck of silly animations that will surely brighten your day.
The following are some of our favorite GIFs we’ve seen so far.
All GIFs via WikiGIFs
Homeless man plays best cover of Styx's 'Come Sail Away' you've ever heard
Are we sure this isn't really Dennis DeYoung?35k
Husky scarfs down pot-laced Rice Krispie treats, trips balls
It's both a funny and pitiful sight.9.6k
Kids reacting to the gay marriage decision is everything
We could all learn something from this video.5.9k
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