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2012 in GIFs

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In celebration of the end of 2012, we’re reviewing our favorite pop culture moments in the only socially acceptable format – GIFs. We feel it is appropriate to title 2012 as being the Year of the Fall, because of reasons. Many reasons. Many tear-inducing reasons.  Read on to find out what made our gaydar radar beep.

WARNING – May contain spoilers for Doctor Who, Sherlock, and basically the whole year. (#2012Spoilers)

Read at your own risk!


Reichenbach Feels


Everyone Watches This Dad Shoot His Daughter’s Laptop, Thanks God He’s Not Their Father

Whitney Houston Dies


No One Would Shut Up About Hunger Games




Avengers: AKA Why Hiddles is a BAMF


Attractive Men Pelvic Thrust, Women Everywhere Go Wild


The Dark Knight Rises

Gangnam Style Horse Dances Its Way To Fame, Spawns Infinite Parodies

All The Countries Get Together And Try To Show Off


This Becomes A Thing, World Is Not Impressed


Moffat Throws More Characters Off High Places


Frankenweenie is Both Adorable and Mildly Creepy

Hurricane Sandy Scares the Crap Out of Half the Country


The Last Twilight Movie EVER! (Hopefully)

An Incumbent Wins US Presidential Election, No One is Surprised


Some British People Are Having a Baby. Apparently It’s a Big Deal?

Paramount Releases Trailer of Benedict Cumberbatch Raging and Smashing Glass.

Shipping Galadriel and Gandalf Becomes Acceptable Pastime, Joins Ranks of Bagginshield and Smauglock

The World Didn’t End, Thank the Doctor! Or Was it the Winchesters?

Are We SURE Moffat Didn’t Have Anything to Do With Merlin or Les Mis?!

Moffat Reveals Sherlock is Really Lizard Woman From Dawn of Time While Throwing More Characters Off High Places

And those, my friends, were the pop-culture highlights of 2012.

Here’s to 2013 and many more Moffat-induced feels.


Author: Critique Geek

Writer and dreamer with a BA in Sarcasm. All-around nerd and lover of geeky things.

One thought on “2012 in GIFs

  1. I think Supernatural reaching into the pool of fan beloved actors who are either not working, or haven’t been seen in the nerd mainstream for a while, and placing them in serious arc roles was a stroke of genius. While not mentioned here the appearance of Ty Olsson as a vampire from Louisiana, who isn’t an angst ridden shit like some other vampires from the southern US (That’s right Mr. Compton, looking at you), and Amanda Tapping as the generic villain for the rest of the season was a stroke of genius by the casting department.

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