Who’s up for some peppery paella?
Credits: Mike’s Kitchen via GifCities and Internet Archive
It’s time to make your local greengrocer’s publicity look lively, like bouncy lively.
Credits: Canva via Outlook
Après les crêpes d’hier , un gâteau pour accompagner thé ou café ☕🤗🍵
After the pancakes yesterday, a cake to accompany tea or coffee ☕🤗🍵
Credits: Life in Indiana and Tumblr via Fidjie Fidjie, Gifs Animés: art ,humour,animaux… and Google+
Who took all the bananas?
Credits: View K-B via GifCities and Internet Archive
“La pomme est un fruit sympathique” – Jacques Chirac
Credits: ina.fr via franceinfo:, franceinfo, GIPHY, Stéphane De La Rochette, Radio CONSEIL POLITIQUE . , Mauritius/Ile-Maurice and Facebook
It’s Tuesday and I haven’t seen any melons yet, water or otherwise.
Credits: National Watermelon Association via National Watermelon Assocaiton and GIPHY
Apples in an apple. Make it a triple apple bonus if you take a picture for your Insta with an Apple iPhone.
Credits: Imgurz via Leon Bond, Darkangel, Reaction Gifs and Google+
This intrepid, if goofy-looking Indian policeman can turn even the humble Chiquita Costa Rica banana into a lethal weapon. Criminals of India, pray to God this cop never gets his hands on a star fruit!
Credits: YouTube GB via GIPHY, Muhammed Shaaban, GIFs Community and Facebook
The many faces of Banana.
GIF: bananas2 DATE: 22/10/2009
Credits: Ratedesi Forums
Our second #30YearsofGIFs post introduces the ‘Dancing Banana’. This little yellow fellow was another Internet GIF pioneer. Appearing in the early 2000s, this fruit derived from a cult Flash video “Peanut Butter Jelly Time” made by Ryan Gancenia Etrata and Kevin Flynn (with the song “Peanut Butter Jelly Time” by The Buckwheat Boyz). Just like the Dancing Baby, the banana achieved celebrity status, appearing in a 2005 episode of Family Guy.
The Dancing Banana became so well-known that some forum owners set the word banana to show a dancing banana emoticon GIF.
Check out this fun article on GIF history by magazine ScoopWhoop, with its very own illustrative GIFs https://www.scoopwhoop.com/30yearsofgif/
Credits: Vijay Shah, Blingee, Know Your Meme