Excitement can be hard to convey in an e-mail. It's tough to capture just how wildly your arms are flailing or the exact non-word sounds escaping from your mouth in your state of extreme happiness. Luckily, there's a GIF for that. GIFs with jumping, dancing, screaming and anything else you might be doing in the wake of your good news. Once you've settled on a GIF, you only need to decide the ferocity of your excitement. The 12 Best Memes of You don't want to convey a Beyonce tickets level of excitement when you find out there's a Pretty Little Liars marathon on. That would just be embarrassing.
Descriptive Noise refers to a line of text used to describe various noises heard in the background of a movie or television show in closed captioning mode. Screenshots of such scenes are often shared on Tumblr to point out the absurd nature of these descriptions when taken out of context, similar to YouTube Automatic Caption Fails. In the image, Larry and five teenagers are shown holding up frogs and smiling while the caption reads [indistinct mumbling]. The closed captioning feature has been subject to numerous parodies prior to the emergence of the single topic blog, beginning with a photoshopping thread submitted to FARK  on November 7th, Fuck Yeah Subtitles  , a Tumblr blog dedicated to humorous subtitles but not limited to those of sounds, was launched in September Additional instances of comically closed captioned photos, which may have occurred as a result of errors during real-time captioning or mistranslation from another language, have appeared on humor sites including Smosh  , Uproxx  , World Wide Interweb  and the Chive  between December and September
Move over, cats! The internet has a new favorite animal, and it is the majestic No, that's not a typo.
Did you ever see the movie, Revenge of the Nerds. Of course, its required viewing for membership in the club. Ive probably seen it twenty times, at least. Why. I think I feel the way that girl in the film must have felt.