In every angel, a demon hides. And in every demon, an angel strides.
Credits: Gustavo Torres/KidMoGraph via Matthew Blyth, Gifs and Pinterest
Oh dear, the niece has broken into the nuclear power station again.
Credits: Les Toxicos via GifCities and Internet Archive
In the heydays of the web hosting service GeoCities (1990s-2000s), this little critter, a simple tabby cat chasing an insect, was a staple GIF on many of its sites. Sadly the sleepy and active kitty never made the jump to Web 2.0, but is an important footnote in the history of the GIF as a decoration piece.
Credits: John Wong’s Cyber Castle of MatheLogical Ascertainment of Events 黃仲佳先生的「數學鑑證」及「事件偵察」資訊科技城 via GifCities and Internet Archive
The visual representation of ‘making it rain’.
Credits: H V Gillard and CREDIT CONTROL SERVICES via GifCities and Internet Archive
Beautiful Chinese text with a stunning rainbow/holographic effect.
Credits: yoki0407 via GifCities and Internet Archive
Happiness comes in all shades.
Credits: aniellobarra via GifCities and Internet Archive
Ash, Misty, Brock and the adorable Pikachu. Playing Pokémon Go probably.
Credits: Pokémon Animated Clipart via GifCities and Internet Archive
Internet Call Manager – a service launched in the 1990s for people to be able to monitor incoming calls while they were using the phone line for their dial-up internet. It was the flagship product of InfoInterActive, a small US tech firm. Oh, the days before broadband and mobiles, aye!
Credits: a1telecoms via GifCities and Internet Archive
All the stars above…
Credits: GY and I am losing it via GifCities and Internet Archive
A young man decides to play around with his jeans, a lighter and some fuel. The results are hilarious and painful. Don’t mess with flammable stuff, people.
GIF: boy burning line on his trousers DATE: 21/03/2008
Credits: Ratedesi Forums