It's alright, that Alicia person is an ignorant cunt with an erroneous superiority complex. Even when she boasts about being a huge tattoo artist and can't even pay her fucking bills or even buy her own family a decent Christmas present. She's the one needing to calm her tits, as well as her tumblr ass-kissing squad.
Your anonymity makes me question if you’re really her trying to get me to say shit about her. But. People only started bitching about me reblogging that gif thing because she reblogged and posted shit responding to me. And of course she probably has a lot of followers who want the attention from her so they’re going to go “stick up” for her and think they’re hot shit because they can go bitch at someone on tumblr.
but c’mon, a Jif is a jar of peanut butter you dolts.
Yo dolt, the dude that invented the image and term pronounced it with the “j” sound. Do you spell gym, “jym” too? Get out of my country.
Seeing as the ‘G’ in GIF stands for GRAPHICS and not JRAPHICS (which just made a cool image in my head, like giraffes breakdance fighting) pronouncing it with a ‘j’ sound is retarded. So you are retarded. Retard. Go eat some fucking peanut butter.
"The GIF graphics file format was invented by CompuServe in 1987. In the years since, a debate has been raging as to the correct way to pronounce "GIF": like "jif" as in the peanut butter, or with a hard ‘g’ as in "gift" as a majority of Mac users seem to prefer. With this page I intend to clear this up once and for all…
It’s pronounced like “jif”. Period. The end. That’s final. End of story.
You disagree? Hey, I’m just quoting the inventors of the format. Here’s the evidence:
CompuServe used to distribute a graphics display program called CompuShow. In the documentation for version 8.33 in the FAQ section, it states:
The GIF (Graphics Interchange Format), pronounced “JIF”, was designed by CompuServe and the official specification released in June of 1987.
There, straight from the inventors of the format.
The Graphics File Formats FAQ states the following:
Choosy programmers choose “gif” or “jif”?
The pronunciation of “GIF” is specified in the GIF specification to be “jif”, as in “jiffy”, rather then “gif”, which most people seem to prefer. This does seem strange because the “G” is from the word “Graphics” and not “Jraphics”.
That last statement doesn’t mean anything. It’s an acronym. There’s no defined way to pronounce acronyms—it’s up to the creators.
I can’t picture anyone daydreaming about me. I can’t picture someone thinking about me when they’re laying in bed before they fall asleep. I can’t picture anyone telling their friends about me. I can’t picture anyone getting butterflies because I hugged them, or even just because I made eye contact with them. I can’t picture someone smiling because my name lit up their phone. I just can’t.