This Website Lets You Turn Yourself Into a GIF in Seconds

We know what you're thinking. If there's anything the internet suffers from (narcissism, insecurity, obscenity, an uncomfortable affinity for cats), it's certainly not a dearth of websites dedicated to GIFs. But surprisingly, of all the websites out there created for the sole purpose of flooding the internet with more GIFs, there's none quite like "And Then I Was Like..." Here, there's no fancy backgrounds, dated pop culture references, or complicated steps—it's all about you.

Created by former Lifehacker EIC Adam Pash and and designer Ellen Flaherty, the site is refreshingly barebones. All you do is click the Make a New GIF button (which is also pretty much the only button) and in a few seconds, you're ready to share your looping creation with the world. You can even choose to have it loop normally (starting from the beginning each time) or loop in a back-and-forth motion.


And that's it. And Then I Was Like... is simply a delightful, user-friendly slice of internet fun that makes bombarding your friends with infinite loops of your face even easier. [Thanks, Adam!]

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OK, is there a slowed down video of how to do that duck fingers thing?