General / Off-Topic Posting reaction GIFs doesn't make you smart or funny

You can either express a reaction to something using a phonetic tool (write some text), an audio tool (clips of music or sounds reminiscent of the concept one wants to convey) or a visual tool (a static image, or a little clip), depending on what the technology allows and personal inclination.
Being all of those tools to achieve a result (communicate a message or a feeling), you can make a good job or a crappy one with any of them.
 
YMMV Personally, I say mehh.
Also, evidence of why American/Imperial measurements are better than metric: Your Kilometerage May Vary is just plain awkward.
 
YMMV Personally, I say mehh.
Also, evidence of why American/Imperial measurements are better than metric: Your Kilometerage May Vary is just plain awkward.
We live in a sort of twilight world in the UK. Mostly, smaller measurements are done in metric things in centimetres and metres however we drive in MPH, road signs still indicate distances in miles and sometimes yards (no hard shoulder for 500 yards). We buy a litre of coke from the supermarket but drink a pint of beer in the pub.
 
Expressing your feelings or reactions by animated gifs is a declaration of your personality's bankruptcy. These are basically second hand emotions at best and hardly something I could take seriously. People using them extensively always looking a bit infantile in my eyes. Hiding their own feelings behind those assumed by famous actors is a clear sign of underdeveloped personalities. Once there was a time in there words were perfectly sufficient to express feelings and expressions... times were people were less lazy than so many folks in these days.
 
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Also, evidence of why American/Imperial measurements are better than metric: Your Kilometerage May Vary is just plain awkward.
I'd say that's not an American/Imperial thing. Almost each measurements throughout the world are more consistent than the British ones. Seems like they are in war with consistency (not just when it comes to measurements). Currently it looks like they're winning.
 
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