There were lots of bad things on the internet in 2015, but there were also some of good things. As the year draws to a close, we’ve picked our favorite tweets and Vines of 2015.
Watch with the volume on, obviously.
I’d like to think this happened to Tim Duncan as a kid, which would explain why he never gets too excited. - Kenny Ducey
This Vine didn’t come on my radar until very late in the year, thanks to a tremendous post on The Awl. My biggest regret of 2015 is that I didn’t see it sooner. (Although I also regret that it derailed the majority of a work day.) - Dan Gartland
I have watched this man throw a bottle of champagne only to have the bottle return to destroy him roughly half a million times, and I have laughed out loud at every one. This is why Greg Maddux always made sure to square up on his follow through. You gotta be ready for comebackers. - Brendan Maloy [Ed. note: We know this is a GIF. Brendan is still figuring out the whole internet thing.]
Because we are all Tyler Hansbrough. - Jeremy Woo
This catches me by surprise and makes me laugh every single time. - Rohan Nadkarni
It’s funny because Ferg was dead serious - Kenny Ducey [Ed. note: Yes, Kenny’s favorite tweet of the year was his own.]
/Nats official making cut-the-mic gesture to Dusty Baker— David Roth (@david_j_roth) December 8, 2015
"He's telling me to talk about beheadings. I think they're okay."
It’s funny because it’s (almost) true. - Dan Gartland
FIFA president race: Tokyo Sexwale, Prince Ali, Jerome Champagne, Sheikh Salman, Michel Platini, Gianni Infantino, David Nakhid, Musa Bility— Grant Wahl (@GrantWahl) October 26, 2015
It’s funny because it WAS ACTUALLY true. - Jeremy Woo
sylvestetr the cat: sufferin succotash! Terry Schiavo was murdered— wint (@dril) February 23, 2015
I cried. - Rohan Nadkarni