More GIF Giving for the Holidays

Who cares about another year of “The Year of Mobile”? Clearly it will also be “The Year of the GIF” for some years to come, because good GIFs just never get old.

We’ve already shown you Uniqlo’s holiday GIF campaign and London artist Ryan Todd’s Christmas GIF site. Now media agency Attention wants to help you spread some GIFs for the holiday season with their “Holiday .Gif Guide.”

The fun site shares a collection of GIFs for every holiday scenario, like being caught regifting, running into old high school friends or drinking too much at the holiday party. There are GIFs  for everyone, so start sharing.

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