18 Katy Perry Super Bowl Halftime Show GIFs That Explain Your Everyday Life — PHOTOS
If I learned anything from Katy Perry’s 2015 Super Bowl Halftime Show, it’s that I need to find two adorable dancing sharks who can follow me around everywhere I go ASAP. (Oh, and I also learned that I need Missy Elliott back in my life like WHOA.) If you ask me, Perry’s much-anticipated performance was largely a success. Sure, she’s no Beyoncé, but she still managed to put on a good show. From her colorful costumes to her eye-popping set pieces (the giant robot lion that she rode in on was pretty amazing), Perry knew how to capture our attention.
I mean, you’ve gotta admit, it was pretty awesome to watch the singer belt out “Firework” at the top of her lungs as she flew across the stadium strapped to NBC’s “The More You Know” star. That, my friends, is the kind of in-your-face cheesiness that my dreams are made of. Thankfully, the performance has a lot of replay value, too. I re-watched it online this morning and discovered that it’s chock-full of totally GIF-able, totally relatable moments that you’ll want to re-live again and again and again. And again! It's the gift that keeps on giving.
Here are 18 GIFs from Perry’s halftime show that explain your everyday life:
When You Overhear Someone Say "Let's Order Pizza"
When Your Friend Introduces You to Someone Cute & You're Trying to Play It Cool (But Failing)
When The TV Remote Is Too Far Away & You're Convinced You Can Make It Move With Your Mind (a la Matilda)
When It Doesn't Work :(
When Everybody Starts Taking Your Side in an Argument
When Someone Says "There's Cake in the Break Room"
When You Think Somebody Complimented You But They Were Actually Talking to Someone Else
When You're Subtly Flirting With Your Crush Like...
When Your Song Comes on at the Bar
When a Fake Person Says "Hi" to You & You Just Pretend Not to Notice
When Your Bank Account Balance Is Higher Than You Thought It Was
When You Haven't Seen Your Best Friend in FOREVER
When a Person You Just Met Says "I've Heard a Lot About You"
When It's Friday at 4:59 P.M.
When Someone You Don't Know Very Well Says Something Offensive & You Need to Make a Quick Exit
Images: NBC (18); Alex Kritselis/Bustle