Barca Marca

 

 

Ronaldo catches at close quarters.

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When office jokes go too far

 

Eat RAM, bloody Dave from accounts.

Credits: KuvatON.com via kukluxknievel, imgur, Giphy, Carrol Brunet, Laugh OR Croak and Facebook

Vijay’s classic GIFs 2007-2011 – 378

 

 

Taste the rainbow. Lose a tooth.

GIF: shareskittles                                                                                                                                  DATE: 01/06/2010

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Vijay’s classic GIFs 2007-2011 – 285

 

On Gifville, we’ve seen a Christmas and sports themed version of this GIF of a journalist in Iraq throwing his shoes at former US president George W. Bush. Now here is the real deal, as is.

See also VCG posts #282 and 283.

GIF: Bush_dodges_shoes                                                                                                                  DATE: 22/12/2008

Credits: Associated Press via Ratedesi Forums

Vijay’s classic GIFs 2007-2011 – 283

 

It’s Groundhog Day in Gifville and brave Iraqi reporter Muntadhar al-Zaidi is back hurling more objects at former US president George W. Bush. This time he tosses a volleyball.

Also see VCG post #282

GIF: gwbvolleyball                                                                                                                              DATE: 20/12/2008

Credits: CBS via Ratedesi Forums

Vijay’s classic GIFs 2007-2011 – 282

 

A Xmas festive edition GIF based on an infamous incident that occurred in Baghdad on the 14th December, 2008. Iraqi journalist Muntadhar al-Zaidi threw both of his shoes at then-United States President George W. Bush, a grave insult in the Arab world. Bush was attending a press conference with Iraqi government officials at the time. Al-Zaidi was recorded as castigating the president of the US as a war criminal. The former president dodged the flight of both shoes, which narrowly missed then Iraqi PM, Nouri al-Maliki who was in attendance. The scene, caught on international TV, became a rich source of inspiration for many memes in the days after.

GIF: santa                                                                                                                                           DATE: 20/12/2008

Credit: CBS via Ratedesi Forums