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People Share The Absolute Funniest GIFs They've Ever Seen Online

We could all use a little pick me up from time to time.

So Reddit user Fizzysist asked "What GIF leaves you dying with laughter?"

Here are the hilarious recommendations designed to make you smile.

Save Yourself

Take my hand!

Snowmaggedon

Winter wonderland.

Hardcore

"PLEASE STOP THROWING CHAIRS IN THE RING"

"But we're hardcore!"

Life

JESUS I'M COMING HOME

Unrepentent

He regrets nothing.

Sweet

I've had the worst day, and this gif made me laugh so hard I cried.

Questioning Their Choices

Complete existential breakdown for those brief seconds.

Feel the Bern

That's very progressive.

$hit and Run

The owl on the roof always hit it right for me.

Trashy

Clean up curbside.

I-5

It's high five, not eye five!

Survivor

At 1st I was afraid, but I have 9 lives...

Pedestrian Right of Way

It IS a crosswalk.

Ho-Ho-Meow

Here comes Santa cat, here comes Santa cat...

'Brella-Ella-Ella-Ella

This F'ing Umbrella

Spastic

This kitten spazzing out...every time man.

Timberrrrr

Probably this robot opening a valve.

Chill

Nelly the calm owl.

I'll Try

"Insert card as shown."

Dude!

This bird's look of betrayal.

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The Association for Psychological Science published a paper that reviewed some of the research:

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