The GIF (pronounced as 'JIF' according to its inventor but what does he know?): a tried and true mainstay of the Internet, robust and seemingly perfect in both its brevity and simplicity. There's not many ways one could improve on this elegant means of conveying the essence of a moment. There is at least one way, though: The Reverse GIF.
Taking a brief spurt of action and then flipping it on its head somehow makes things a million times better. There may be some intricate psychological explanation for why this is the case but, if so, we're uninterested. Why ruin the magic by explaining the trick? Let's ignore the science for now and get right down to messing with causality instead.