9 Reasons We Miss Friends in GIFS

Watch. Laugh. Repeat.

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Today marks the 10th anniversary of the Friends finale, and despite the time that's passed, we're still going through withdrawal.

To help ourselves cope, we've found the animated GIFS that best illustrate why Rachel Green, Monica Geller, Phoebe Buffay, Chandler Bing, Ross Geller, and Joey Tribbiani will live in our hearts forever. Here's what we miss most:

1. They're There When We Don't Feel Like Dealing With Our Real Life Friends.

Head, Nose, Lip, Cheek, People, Eye, Social group, Chin, Forehead, Eyebrow,

(Image credit: Archives)

2. Giving the Faux Finger

Head, People, Hairstyle, Jaw, Interaction, Conversation, Snapshot, Brown hair, Scene, Movie,

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"It's this dumb thing that Ross made up because he was trying to fool our parents. It's a way of giving the finger, without actually having to give it."

3. Chandler Bing's Facial Expressions

Finger, Fun, Shoulder, Photograph, Joint, Ball, Basketball, Sitting, Comfort, Muscle,

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4. Prank Inspiration for Days.

Hairstyle, Long hair, Blond, Feathered hair, Brown hair, Hair coloring, Step cutting, Layered hair, Photo caption, Surfer hair,

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5. Best. Couple. Fights. Ever.

Lip, Finger, Hairstyle, Forehead, Eyebrow, Facial expression, Long hair, Temple, Neck, Black hair,

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6. Phoebe's Vitality.

Hair, Face, Head, Smile, People, Fun, Social group, Photograph, Happy, Facial expression,

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7. The Cameos Were Top Notch.

Hair, People, Fun, Social group, Sitting, Interaction, Comfort, Conversation, Pub, Restaurant,

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8. We Speak in Rachel Green One-Liners.

Clothing, Mouth, Lip, Brown, Hairstyle, Chin, Forehead, Eyebrow, Photograph, Jaw,

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9. Joey Tribianni is Our Diet Spirit Animal.

Cheek, Hairstyle, Chin, Forehead, Collar, Shoulder, Eyebrow, Facial expression, Jaw, Organ,

(Image credit: Archives)
Lauren Valenti
Beauty Editor

Lauren is the former beauty editor at Marie Claire. She love to while away the hours at coffee shops, hunt for vintage clothes, and bask in the rough-and-tumble beauty of NYC. She firmly believes that solitude can be a luxury if you’ve got the right soundtrack—that being the Rolling Stones, of course.