Since Vine died (pour some out for the homies) people have been trying to get their fix of short, silly videos in whatever way they could. With other platforms picking up video capability, it's easier to do now, but there will never be anything like the original.
Without Vine, we're all kind of like:
We know we said there would never be anything like the original... but we may have flubbed the truth a little bit there. Thanks to one brilliant artist named Abby Walz, our favorite Vines are living on in a new format.
Does everyone remember "Come Get Y'all Juice?" If not, here's a reminder:
And here is what Abby Walz, artist and visionary, has done to preserve it forever.
POST-IT NOTES, YOU GUYS! She recreated the vine as a post-it note flip book and we are cackling with joy. Check these out!
And just when you think it can't get any better:
People are falling in love with these vids.
We don't know if Abby takes requests, but that hasn't stopped her followers from trying.
We don't want you guys to flood Abby with requests or anything... *winkwinknudgenudge* but you can find her on Twitter here.
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