Some people like to use GIFs as metaphors for their own lives:
No, no, no!
That’s not you. Don’t pretend a GIF is about you when it’s clearly about someone else.
To repair this broken world, I’ve written some antidotes to this “What Should We Call Me” nonsense. Please use these whenever you encounter the appropriate situation.
When Kanye West is uncertain:
When Ruth Bader Ginsburg speaks at Georgetown Law School:
When George and Jerry are happy to see their friend Elaine:
When a shy circle avoids two triangles:
When I try to write something serious but can’t finish in time, leading me to publish a low-effort post about GIFs: