As for the rules, I just realised it's a good idea to make a list for swearwords that are allowed, although I have a bit of trouble deciding when it's appropriate to punish its usage and when it's not. I remember giving warnings to some users for saying "p**sed" or "b*****ks", which are considered vulgar words by WordReference, but the other admins disagreed.
I finally found the options to change the speed of the GIFs with the program I'm using. I've never touched them before so I guess the GIFs are in normal speed - they just give us the illusion that they're sped up. I guess we can use the comparision between the Fire (GM1) GIF to figure out what's going on.
P.S. Note the "us" in "they just give us the illusion that they're sped up": at first I thought the GIFs here from the same program I used (before I used them) were sped up too. Like the ones from OMG (Classic), Je sais pas danser (2nd GM), and DDU-DU DDU-DU.
Donkey Kong Country Returns is a side-scrolling platformer video game developed by Retro Studios and published by Nintendo for the Wii console. The game was released first in North America in November 2010, and in PAL regions and Japan the following month. A stereoscopic port of the game, titled Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D, was released for the Nintendo 3DS in May 2013, and in Japan the following month.
The game's story focuses on a group of evil creatures called Tikis known as the Tiki Tak Tribe that arrive on Donkey Kong Island, and hypnotize the island's animals to steal Donkey Kong's bananas. This forces him to retrieve the hoard with the help of his friend Diddy Kong. Donkey Kong Country Returns was the first traditional home console Donkey Kong game since the release of Donkey Kong Jungle Beat in 2004, and also the first Donkey Kong Country entry not to involve video game developer Rare. The game was positively received from critics, it has sold 6.53 million copies worldwide, making it one of the best-selling games on the Wii
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I used a GIF shortener website on my phone, but little did I know that the GIFs would crop on my phone. How strange, considering that I used the same website to crop a different GIF on my laptop with no problems.
Don’t worry, I just removed the cropping for both GIFs right now.