By Amber Lena

"Futurama" will sadly be airing its series finale today… at least, that’s what we’ve been told. This is the third time the show has been cancelled, so really there will always be hope. However, it seems like they mean serious business this time, so we can safely say the network probably won't change their minds and renew it next month. While we mourn the end(?) of a brilliant show, we're taking this opportunity to look back at one of the most important contributions "Futurama" has made to recent society: memes. Read More...


I've said it before and I'll say it again...Oh, Internet.


GIF by our pals, Mr. Gif (congrats on going legit!)

GIF's, the ubiquitous animated images that make up 99.9% of all that is the Internet have finally gotten their infitely repeating moment in the sun thanks to Oxford American Dictionary. The Ox (as I and no one else call it) has chosen GIF as its word of the year, beating out fellow inter-speak thing YOLO (you only live once). GIF made the cut due to its transition from noun, meaning "a lossless format for compressing image files" to verb as in "to gif."


By Brooke Tarnoff

Nothing invades our vocabulary like a memorable movie line. For example, when’s the last time you chatted with a hypochondriac buddy and didn’t trot out “It’s not a tumor!?” You know… a quote from a 20-year-old Arnold Schwarzenegger film you might not have ever seen.

(That’s the action-packed thrill ride “Kindergarten Cop,” if you’re wondering.)

Every year has its “You had me at hello” moments, and even the lines that don’t achieve unholy-repetition status serve as important pieces of shared culture, and more importantly, act as stand-ins when we can’t come up with anything original to say at parties.

So here are our 10 favorite lines from the movies of 2010 — and in true 2010 fashion, presented in meme form.

"The Social Network"


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