Until recently, Big Shoe Diaries' hosting site Blogger didn't allow users the ability to post moving GIFs. I didn't discover this sad fact until I had posted several GIFs of my own creation, including this unfortunate still-born sequence of performer Mitch Branson on set in North Carolina drinking a bottle of the local cherry flavored soda, Cheerwine.
The Graphic Interchange Format file was first introduced to the world by CompuServe in 1987. Available originally only in black and white, the GIF format permits users to store multiple images in one file, allowing for basic animation. Since I haven't been able to post GIFs until now, I figured I should make up for lost time. Here are a few of my all-time favorite Colby Keller related Graphic Interchange Format files, most courtesy of Fuck Yeah Colby Keller!
If your computer hasn't crashed by the end of this post and you've survived what I can only assume will be an unavoidable epileptic seizure (not to mention a sickening degree of narcissist self-regard), you'll surely appreciate the final GIF. I did. It's my favorite.