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When to use it: Whenever you want to toast or congratulate someone on the internet — either ironically or sincerely. When to use it: Whenever you need to drop the mic, make a killer exit, or end on a high note. When to use it: Whenever an Old is attempting to blend in with the Youngs. Origin: One of the newest additions to the reaction GIF canon has been everywhere this year. Origin: It took seven seasons of Mad Men for Peggy Olson to amass the confidence and life experience required to make her famous penultimate-episode hallway walk a viral moment — but actress Elisabeth Moss sold every step, incidentally sauntering into internet history.
When to use it: This GIF is usually read as a mic drop moment, even though Peggy is technically entering her new office for the first time. Origin: Orson Welles determinedly applauding the critically panned opera debut of his mistress, as the title character in the classic film Citizen Kane.
When to use it: This GIF is tricky because, while its subject is fiercely clapping, contextually we know that the target of his applause is objectively Not Great, Bob. But if you just want to declare your unwavering support for someone online, go forth and slow clap them all the way home. When to use it: Whenever someone leaves you at a loss for words — and usually not in a good way.
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