The most enduring GIFs in the history of the Internet, according to new research from the BBC.
The BBC has created a database of over 200,000 GIFs that has been posted to YouTube, Twitter, Tumblr, Vine and Facebook.
It also analyzed the most iconic and influential GIFs from the past 12 months.
The GIFs on this list are a reflection of the way they’re presented on television and social media.
The BBC looked at the best-known GIFs for the first time in a data analysis and then looked at how they were shared on social media and YouTube.
While the data has only been published for the last two weeks, it provides an important glimpse into how the Internet and its communities are evolving, and how they’re shaping how we see and share new year’s Eve.
The most popular GIFs were all taken from movies and TV shows, and they tend to feature multiple people at once.
It’s no surprise that movies and television series often have the most memorable and popular GIF moments, since they’re often filmed on location.
The most popular meme was a GIF of a person walking in front of the Eiffel Tower, which was shared over 7,400 times.
But the most popular image of the entire list was a selfie with Beyonce, which had over 790,000 views.
As you might expect, there were some standout GIFs.
The top 10 GIFs included a viral photo of a woman with her legs open in the middle of the night, and a photo of two people kissing in front a fire.
The rest of the top 10 included the famous “new year’s resolution” and “happy new year.”
The most memorable GIF of the year was a gif of two friends drinking beer on a barstool at New Year.
The photo was shared by people across the world, with nearly 11 million views on Twitter.
The best-received GIF of all-time, though, was from the Netflix series “The Crown.”
The best-rated gif was an image of a man sitting in a bar, with the caption “Happy New Year!”
This video has more than 4.5 million views, and was shared more than 6,000,000 times.
The top 10 most popular Facebook images were a photo from the game Minecraft, which received more than 2.5 billion views on Facebook, and one of a girl with a cat on the front page of Instagram, which shared more then 400,000.
The new year countdown has been an iconic part of the holiday calendar for years, and the BBC has collected some of the most well-known images from the event.
The countdown images are typically taken from a countdown to the next day, and you can find many of the images from this year’s countdown.
The countdown was one of the biggest memes in the last year, with over 5.5 percent of the total viral views from the countdown images being shared on Facebook.
The video of the countdown was shared nearly 2.4 million times.
The meme was shared with more than 5,600,000 shares on Facebook and Twitter.
The viral popularity of the new year image on Twitter and Instagram has been growing each year.
In 2017, the new countdown image was the most viral video on Twitter, followed by the viral countdown video from the movie “The Great Gatsby.”
The viral countdown images were shared more often on Instagram and Twitter, and were also the most shared on Snapchat.
The best GIF from the new millennium has been a series of Instagram pictures of a family at Christmas.
The family includes a boy, a girl and two toddlers, and their family was all in a car.
The GIF was shared almost 2.7 million times, and had more than 11 million shares.
The family’s car, which is the best known image from the meme, was the top-ranked meme on Instagram, followed closely by the car in the viral picture.
The image was shared in over 3,600 different countries, and featured over 2.2 million likes.
The greatest GIF from this new millennium is from the film “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.”
In the film, two men and a woman are in a hotel room together, in which they have sex.
The images of the couples having sex on the floor were taken from the “Harry Potter” books.
The “Fanticast” videos were shared in almost 1.4 billion views.
The gif was shared on more than 1,400,000 Instagram accounts.
The biggest viral meme of the last 12 months was a viral video of two kids dancing on the dance floor.
The clip was shared less than 300 times, but it has more then 5,000 likes and more than 3,500,000 followers on Instagram.
The video was shared 3,400 million times and was one the most-shared viral videos on Instagram during the first six months of 2018.
The viral video has received more attention than any other