On Thursday, Twitter announced that it would be closing down Vine, a much-loved social media site that allowed users to upload six-second videos. We’ve already counted down the five reasons why Vine is being shut down, lack of funny content was never one of them. Given their short, snappy nature, there was all sorts of funny, creative videos being made and shared across the Internet.
Over on Twitter, the hashtag #RIPVINE is making the rounds, sharing everyone’s favorite from the past couple of years. Farewell, Vine. You were loved by so many.
Here are the 25 Vines that we never want to forget:
This kid got everyone wearing hater blockers.
By Brandon Bowen
We’ll miss Josh Peck’s vines. Watch this one here.
By Josh Peck
This guy made up a song about the way we all feel inside.
By Jared Stradling
This father son duo stole our hearts on Vine. Watch it here.
By David Lopez
There’s nothing like a Vine that incorporates unsuspecting strangers.
By Thomas Sanders
We hope that kid’s doing okay.
By Chase Broeckelmann
True story: this is how we all hold puppies. Watch it here.
By Jerry Purpdrank
When the term ‘on fleek’ was coined.
By Peaches Monroee
But really, that backflip was sweet.
Basically any Vine by Zach King left us mesmerized by his illusions.
By Zach King
This kid learned a lesson the hard way.
By Kierra Santillan
The one dog band that became famous on Vine.
The officer never answered the question.
By A-RODney King
After this video we all started “doing it for the Vine.”
This goat had enough of the interview.
By Mark Bissell
This cat knows what it wants.
By Blake Welch
This kid made the most of his six seconds of fame.
By Rayven Tirado
There will never be a llama as rad as this one.
By Kirill Beerlove
That is a lot of chicken.
This woman went off on a hilarious rant about Apple Care.
By Porscha Coleman
This dog dancing to “Africa” by Toto is still the best dog vine ever.
This vine brought joy to so many people.
By Chloe lmao
Vine may die, but this sound will never leave us.
By Charlie Murphy
We will never forget the day Daniel took over the Internet.
This catchy song will still be in our heads long after Vine’s death.
By Nick Fraser