This is an animated gif of Hooch from Scrubs holding a lighter with a huge flame. Hooch was generally known for being crazy. He was portrayed by actor Phill Lewis.
This is an animated gif of American football player Edwin Baptiste with an incredible catch. Baptiste was playing for the Morgan State Bears in a college football game.
Ok, how do I even begin to explain this one? This is an animated gif of a baby crying while a bunch of Gorillas dance and frolic around in the background. This is apart of the "that really rustled my Jimmies" meme, which tends to be used whenever somebody is feeling extremely annoyed and upset about something. The meme began with an image macro of a gorilla, so I'm guessing that the kid in this gif represents somebody who has had their Jimmies rustled, with the gorillas representing those who have caused the "rustling". Basically, its an extension of "troll culture". Ok, I think I'm done now.
This is an animated gif of baseball player Ubaldo Jiménez putting his fist up in the air. Ubaldo plays for the Cleveland Indians as a starting pitcher. This one tends to be used as a reaction gif for whenever somebody wants to express apathy and lack of caring.
This is a cool animated gif of Brazilian skateboarder "Big Bob Burnquist" doing an amazing Christ Air. In case you didn't already know, the Christ Air is an aerial skateboarding trick where the skater holds the board in his arms as he strikes a pose that is similar to depictions of Jesus on the cross.
This is a funny animated gif of a prank where a passed-out guy gets a guitar drawn onto his stomach with foam / cream (or maybe its toothpaste). Afterwards, they give him and itch and make him scratch his belly, which leads to him scratching his stomach as though he is playing the guitar.
This is an animated gif of video footage showing the horrific moment when a train crashed near Santiago de Compostela in Spain, after it derailed from its tracks as it was travelling between Madrid and Ferrol, killing 80 people and seriously injuring 36 others. This happened on the 25th of July, 2013. At the time of writing, the train driver is currently under police custody in hospital. It is believed that the train was going twice as fast as it should have been.
This is a cool animated gif of "Hydrophobic water". In case you didn't already know, Hydrophobic basically means "afraid of water" or "water fearing". In reality, this isn't really a hydrophobic effect, simply because there is no way that water can be repelled by water. Instead, this is just a case of the water losing its cohesiveness. Probably as a result of Supercooling.
This is an animated reaction gif of an awkward exchange between Shooter McGavin (played by actor Christopher McDonald) and Happy Gilmore, in which Shooter doesn't know how to respond to one of Sandler's insults. Hence the "No! Damn..." I believe the conversation went something like:
Shooter: I eat pieces of shit like you for breakfast.
Gilmore: You eat pieces of shit for breakfast?
Shooter: No.... Damn...
This is from the movie Happy Gilmore (1996).
r u havin a giggle ther m8?
ill bash ur fken ead in i sware on me mum
Who knew that a dog wearing socks would have such foul language? Loosely translated, it means: "Are you having a giggle / laugh there mate? I'll bash your fucking head in. I swear on my mum." If you're still a bit confused about what all of this means, this is apart of the "u wot m8" meme, which started and evolved after a captioned picture of this red-haired English guy started to do the rounds on 4chan:
Basically, people have decided to start captioning pictures with cockney slang because its hilariously funny.
This is a funny animated gif of some 80s-styled ending credits showing up at the end of a WWE wrestling match. The way the credits start rolling just as John Cena jumps up into the air is genius. You can practically hear the corny music. This was during a tag team match between John Cena and Rey Mysterio vs CM Punk and The Miz. Bret Heart was the special guest referee.
This is an animated reaction gif of three black guys saying "Now comes the part where we throw our heads back in laughter! Ready?" before doing just that. In actuality, this quote is incorrect. Really, they said "and laugh" instead of "in laughter". This is from the movie George of the Jungle (1997).
This is an animated gif of Peter Griffin from Family Guy messing around with a blind while the text "CSS" appears. In case you don't get the joke: CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. Web designers use them to style the look of a web page. Often, writing CSS involves trying out different colors and modifying widths and padding etc.
This is an animated gif of a monkey standing beside a wrapped-up birthday present. As the monkey scratches its head, the gift explodes while the text "Happy birthday. Have a blast" appears.