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  • (Degenerate laughing)

  • (Continues fake and forced laugh)

  • (Extreme coughing and laughing)

  • Oh sorry, didn't see you there. I was just laughing at my favorite moving image on the Internet.

  • Oh, you like GIFs too? H-How about this one?

  • (killmenow.jpg)

  • No? All right. Well how about this one, isn't that funny?

  • (swedish noises)

  • It's a moving image! It's the funniest thing on the internet!

  • (More fake laughter)

  • WHY AREN'T YOU LAUGHING??

  • *so much regret and pain in pewdiepie's soul*

  • "You guys are not going to believe this. [Stalin] has cancer." "Do you want to win all the giftcards down below?"

  • "Pewdiepie has died at the age of 69."

  • [Screams from hell]

  • Continue? That will be one demonetization, please

  • That's right, today we're going to discuss GIFs and why you're a complete low degenerate scumbag for using them.

  • mmmmmmmmmmmMMMMMM

  • That's right, I said it.

  • (Jack spedicy mimic attempt)

  • (Failed)

  • First thing you need to know about GIFs is that it's an acronym for:

  • God

  • I

  • Flipping

  • Suck

  • I added the last bit, just kidding guys. It's actually an acronym for:

  • Graphic Inter-change Formats

  • Hmm, interesting.

  • And second of all, more importantly, it's pronounced "gif". Okay, if you're calling a "jif..."

  • I don't know what to tell you. There must be something wrong with you. Are you straight-up loco?

  • (Angry 12 year-old voice) But Felix

  • The creator of GIFs calls them "jif"s so it has to be right to pronounce them "jif"s-

  • SSHHTTFFKKFF

  • Oh, okay, so just because you invented something means you're the literary scholar of how it's pronounced

  • What if I told you the creator of cars pronounced it

  • k a a a a r l l l l h h h ' s

  • Huh? Because the inventor of "KARLH"s pronounced it "KCH"

  • Stupid. Makes zero sense. You're as dumb as you look if you think that way.

  • Don't make me laugh

  • *Skrattas right away*

  • Stop, nope, not the GIFs. I can't, they're just too funny.

  • *Bass boost*

  • (Mental breakdown)

  • Do you even know what the verb of "jif" means?

  • Let's just entertain the idea of pronouncing a "jif". Do you do you know what "jif" means?

  • Do you know, you don't want to know, okay? Miss me with that gay shit.

  • *Demonetized*

  • I'm not discriminating for your strange sexual desires, but no. No 'jif'ing allowed. Okay, STOP IT.

  • Well, it seems like a bunch of you lobotomites or having trouble pronouncing the word "jif" so listen up.

  • You just called me a lobotomite!

  • This is-

  • [Inner demon speaking]

  • Because Dr. ThioJoe is going to lay down some righteous knowledge on you.

  • It's "jif."

  • It's pronounced "jif," and you know what? I'm not even saying it's

  • because that's the way the creator says it, that's not even a factor, just ignore that altogether.

  • "There is no 'J' in 'jif,' there's no reason to pronounce it like that!"

  • Oh, then what about "gin," "giraffe,"

  • "gel," "gym," "ginger," "general."

  • You must have just forgotten about those, right?

  • Hey Joe,

  • you seem a bit upset, could I give you a "jift?" Would you like me to "jift" do something?

  • Ha! Oh, that's - *proceeds to orgasm*

  • Oh I'm sorry, this, the G for the acronym stands for

  • "jraphics" or "graphics?"

  • [triggered sounds]

  • Let's see what other dumb arguments we have

  • Yeah, you lobotomize

  • There's about 1 million words in the English language and statistically

  • about 1.95% of them begin with a G, that's

  • 19,500 words that begin with a G. On Wikipedia there's an article that's literally a list of words

  • where a hard G is used instead of a soft G

  • So the fact that you can actually create an article small enough to list them should clue you in a bit. Okay well

  • Okay, well let's examine that article.

  • Here's the same article, I found it, a list of English words where G is pronounced

  • exceptionally. Oh look, gif is in there! (*oof*-ing destroyed)

  • Wow, what a great article that you sourced, wow, that really proved your point really well, didn't it?

  • There are 61 words on that list, let's even round it up to a hundred. A hundred out of 19,500 is 0.5%.

  • So you would rather argue that jiff is the exception to a rule that's followed

  • 99.5% of the time instead of admitting that you never looked up the grammar rule in the first place.

  • *angry pewds* oh, just because statistically

  • it's less likely to be pronounced some way means that it is pronounced that way.

  • Yeah, that definitely makes sense. According to that logic,

  • all these words should be pronounced jecko, jeek, jeese

  • It's the same idea, right? Now "it's less likely to pronounce that way" you JOOFUS,

  • you JUMMY,

  • you JUM-JUM, you JUB me don't spank your jubby butt?

  • *realization what the oof he just said*

  • "Well it stands for graphics interchange format so the G must be hard!"

  • This is such a stupid argument that it instantly makes you sound like an idiot.

  • No it doesn't, shut up.

  • I made a poll on Twitter to see what you guys thought was the best way to pronounce it

  • Oh look, most of you think it's pronounced with a hard G. So that means statistically

  • it's correct, right? And, of course,

  • Wikipedia is the most trusted site of all time to get your sources from

  • What if we look up gif in an actual dic(k)tionary?

  • Oh look. What's the first thing that shows up? Gif with a hard G.

  • Wow, that really sure was hard, wasn't it?

  • That's right, got you guys hard on (iykwim) the gif issue, haters gonna hate amirite?

  • Sure glad we got that settled

  • Now let's move on to the actual issue of the gifs

  • Gifs have been around for a very long time, over 25 years

  • It started off as cute little baby dancing.

  • Wow look at that, that's-you remember that one? (sure do)

  • Only 90s kids will remember

  • (again with that *oof*-ing fake laughter)

  • How about the peanut butter jelly banana that was funny, right?

  • Gifs used to be so cute and so innocent

  • Look at this, they were used to make websites look good (oh god why)

  • I remember I made a website just adding a bunch of gifs

  • (ah, the good old daaays♪)

  • Oh look at all these great butterflies!

  • You don't see gifs like that anymore, you just don't.

  • Look at the amazing frame rate of this one, wow, it's like I'm truly there.

  • Love Star Wars gifs, they're the best.

  • Well now, guess what it is now. It's cancer, it's just cancer.

  • So much cancer. If you posted a gif in the last 7 days

  • I got news for ya,

  • ur mom gay. That's just how it is. I'm sorry.

  • I know what you're thinking, how did we go from this

  • to this?

  • (video begins) "Ever shared this?

  • Or this?

  • Nothing like a good reaction gif, right?

  • But you've probably noticed most popular ones are of black people being dramatic.

  • This (is not digital blackface)

  • is free real estate

  • Guys, it is

  • T I M E T O S T O P

  • I don't understand why people are so fun of using gifs. They're not funny

  • They rarely are funny, or even chuckle worthy

  • But it's still, they're spread around everywhere, like a disease.

  • I tried myself to look up some cringy examples of people using gifs

  • and the only thing that showed up was people cringing.

  • Which is cringy in itself.

  • You are what you're trying to portray that you're against.

  • WAKE UP

  • Sharing a gif of you cringing is cringy

  • (Marzia in the background) stop hating ;_;

  • Go back and post gifs!

  • Can't believe this, my own GF

  • (Marzia) You mean your own GIF?

  • (pun worthy of eyeroll)

  • GO

  • It's time to stop

  • Do you know why gifs are so popular? Because of the toilet of the internet

  • No I'm not talking about my channel, I'm talking about tumblr

  • It's as if you need at least ten images at all times to stimulate your brain

  • to distract you from the fact that you are an angsty depressed teenager, that's tumblr essentially

  • Congratulations everyone.

  • When someone greets you by name, and you don't recognize them

  • (holy heck that was soo fricking funny I'm ROFLMAO'ing on the floor right now)

  • [weird grunts]

  • When you're seated between two people who are fighting

  • (gif speeds up in an attempt to make it funny)

  • If this was what YLYL would look like, the internet would be a sad place, even sadder than it is now

  • So relatable oh my *gawd*

  • When you unexpectedly run into a friend you just heard a rumor about

  • *about to lose his will to live*

  • Do you have any form of character by yourself?

  • Do you really need celebrities to portray your emotions and words?

  • You literally you're just so empty

  • that you can't even express yourself without using the image in a video (incoming ear rape)

  • and a text by someone else.

  • Now I know it's like an argument that "oh, you're stealing memes and gifs, it's the same thing"

  • but you're not just stealing the joke. You're stealing the whole character of another person.

  • It's pathetic

  • BFT FELFX WF'RF JST HFVING FFN

  • You're not allowed to have fun, not on this channel

  • *skratta*

  • Buzzfeed, of course, is also a huge problem to why gifs are so popular

  • Can you imagine studying for years to become a journalist

  • to then work on a new site of writing articles called

  • "19 Things Even Healthy People Do That Are Actually Bad For You"

  • (gotta get that capitalization right)

  • spend up to 75 thousand dollars to get your degree

  • to then being told "Hey, this is a great article and what you wrote was really great,

  • but can we just add more pictures of celebrities that are moving in there

  • because your words were just not adequate enough?"

  • (pewds making sassy voice) "Ignoring your body and refusing to make doctor appointments"

  • pfffff sssssss

  • *DUN* that's just s

  • If you're not convinced by my ideas why gifs are bad, don't worry.

  • There are straight-up facts to explain this as well.

  • Gifs were originally popular because they were efficient.

  • Gif uses an image compressing called L Z Wee,

  • which stands for

  • LOL ZORZ WOW

  • Just kidding. Sometimes I just like to make stuff up.

  • Elzey Wee

  • It's a lossless compression algorithm that lets you download large image

  • quickly even if you have a slow bandwidth

  • Great, yes. It was great 20 years ago. Gifs have now been surpassed by its superior

  • PEE ENGIE

  • (little crybabies) "But I want moving images!"

  • We all know that gits have been around for a very long time, it's an old format

  • But now that people popularize it by adding images and moving images to it,

  • that's when it's become clearly an outdated format.

  • Don't believe me? I'm gonna link two examples in the description just click on them, alright?

  • I have a pretty fast internet, and these gifs are not downloading unless

  • I open them individually, they'll load quicker that way

  • The reason why the video is quicker than the the gif

  • is because it's around two megabytes instead of the gif which is 14 megabyte

  • DAMN DANIEL

  • The video can also start streaming and doesn't need to download the whole thing to start playing the video

  • while the gif needs to download the whole file to display properly

  • BUT WHY IS THIS?

  • (confused pewds and an invisible person)

  • Because of video compression, that's right!

  • If this setup I have with the camera, for example, takes very little space on your computer

  • or at least when on my computer because

  • Simple background, I'm not moving a lot.

  • The way the video compression works is that it takes only the images that changes in into account

  • It doesn't keep having to re-download this background for example

  • Unless the background changes which leads to a lot less data to be wasted. Yay!

  • But if you start adding a bunch of stuff moving on the screen, and if I go all crazy

  • And you add a bunch of confetti and stuff you'll quickly see that the quality of the video goes down quite a bit

  • But this is how it's possible that we can have so many videos on YouTube and so long. Thank you

  • Thanks to the efficiency of video compression, so many things are made possible. Hooray!

  • It's also very cool when video compression fails

  • Datamoshing cool, datamoshing great

  • Justin Bieber I move him with my face

  • Then use it for an art show, use it for a piece

  • Projected on a apple, projected on a peach

  • Find me on the internet, I'm making gifs

  • Damn it, stop with the gifs!

  • But pewds, not everyone has bad internet so we don't need to have an efficient model s-"

  • There's no reason to purposely be inefficient, okay?

  • There is a better solution. That's right,

  • HTML5 elements!

  • AAAAHHHHHHHH

  • It's got autoplay, it can loop if you want to, look at this beauty

  • Oh, plays right away even though the whole thing hasn't buffered yet

  • It has sound, it has volume control

  • You can pause it, you can choose to loop it if you want to, you can adjust the volume

  • You can easily download it, and you can go fullscreen with it and the coding for it is also very simple

  • get dunked boi

  • HTML5 elements everybody!

  • That's right, gif, you just got schooled, oh snap!

  • Y'all just got served on the gif topic, what else argument do you have for using that garbage?

  • Okay, everybody, now we can finally agree on at least two things, alright?