As 2016 comes to a close, companies are taking a look at the year in data. Pandora launched a new channel that plays the site’s 100 most thumbed-up songs of 2016, Tumblr rounded up the top memes and Instagram rounded up the 25 most Insta’d restaurants in the U.S.
GIPHY got in on the action as well by taking a look at the most popular GIFs of 2016. Specifically, they rounded up the most popular Barack and Michelle Obama GIFs according to popularity, views and “curation that best reflect the zeitgeist of 2016 in GIF form.”
The list includes adorable shots of them dancing, being funny on late night shows and even a mic drop. Flip through the slides above to see.