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The End Of Vine

RIP Vine, not totally gone but eventually forgotten.

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The End Of Vine
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We all know 2016 is about to go down as one of the worst years in history (at least for us millennials). With our current presidential candidates, the deaths of Prince, David Bowie, Muhammad Ali, and Harambe, the countless acts of police brutality, bumble bees almost going extinct, a nationwide clown epidemic, the SUNY New Paltz mumps outbreak, Hurricane Matthew, and the death of the Great Barrier Reef, it's safe to say this year is total shit. Some of these were to be expected–there are hurricanes, celebrity deaths, disease outbreaks, and animals added to the endangered species list every year. The one thing we did not expect, however, was the death of one of the most popular social media apps: Vine.

Yes, Vine. An app filled with six-second-long covers, skits and random hilarious events is no more. Thankfully, the creators understand how important all these vines are, not only to creators but to viewers as well, so they're not totally deleting the app. Links will still be accessible, so you'll still be able to watch all your favorite vines. It'll just be discontinued, like when your favorite limited edition makeup palette is discontinued but some people bought extra to sell in the future, so it's technically still around.

Some may argue Vine kinda died a long time ago, considering many of the popular content creators went on to do bigger and (arguably) better things. Then there are people like me, who literally live for Vine threads on Twitter. In honor of one of my favorite apps "dying," I thought I'd share some of my favorites. Keep in mind I have a lot of favorites, so this really took some narrowing down–enjoy!

1. This great musician https://vine.co/v/hnv0FEatujl

2. Why admit defeat when you can contort your body in weird ways to get in and out of your car? https://vine.co/v/iYQxl6b6IWX

3. A relatable remix https://vine.co/v/iHF1Pv3M1Jr

4. OOOOO https://vine.co/v/h7eFVQvil0h

5. Chicken nuggets > chicken strips. https://vine.co/v/b3gg7gitTYE

6. Uhhhh... is this allowed? https://vine.co/v/OBWuEx9PjHn

7. When someone irrelevant tries to hurt your feelings. https://vine.co/v/O0HIUHWKQtV

8. This man who embodies everyone's reaction to Zayn. https://vine.co/v/OXEjm9BbI1i

9. Mr. Krabs or every college student when they check their bank account? https://vine.co/v/5Bd9T2bh7Ju

10. My favorite celebrity sighting. https://vine.co/v/hILzeK3vm55

11. Christmas and dogs: the best combo. https://vine.co/v/h2vdAXiWv5j

12. An anthem. https://vine.co/v/h3vZhUQauP9

13. My personal all time favorite... "a child." https://vine.co/v/eYz7hJhA9ij

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