Vine is dead, or at least it’s going to be in the very near future. Twitter and Vine announced Thursday that the popular video app that’s graced us since 2013 with 6-second clips of pure magic is being shut down.

Don’t worry: As of right now, nothing’s going to happen to preexisting Vines or accounts. The website will still be online — it’s just that new Vine content will soon be a thing of the past.

Luckily for us, a true goldmine of Vines already exists online. We here at Inverse were getting nostalgic about some of our favorites over the years, so we’ve put together a compilation of the best of the best.

Granted, this isn’t all-encompassing. We’d be here all night. But, below, you’ll find a list of some of our favorite Vines of all time, categorized and hand-picked as a tribute to Vine and a gift from us to you.

#PureAndWholesome

Children of the Internet

Reasons to Go to the Store

Dance Dance Revolution

Animals Trying Their Best

Home is Where the Heart is

Famous Faces

Photos via The Huffington Post

Marvel is so good at pumping out passable superhero sequels that it’s easy to forget what a truly good sequel should be. Captain America: Winter Soldier managed to clear that bar, but that was four years and 11 movies ago. Leave it to Creed II to remind us what we should be striving for.

Clay Pigeons are back in the world of Fortnite: Battle Royale, and despite some pretty extreme map changes recently, the location of the clay pigeon skeet shooters haven’t changed.

Fortnite Season 6, Week 8 Challenges were unlocked Thursday morning, ushering in the return of everyone’s second-favorite form of target practice. (The Shooting Galleries were a bit more fun, so we put Clay Pigeons second.) So what’s the best way to “Get a score of 3 on different Clay Pigeon Shooters” for the Week 8 Challenge?

Did you all forget that Ryan Reynolds (and not Danny Devito) is voicing Pikachu in the live-action movie POKÉMON Detective Pikachu? Well, he is, and there is an honest to goodness trailer to prove it. Also, there are like five characters from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate in the film, if you want to be technical about it.

Woop-woop! That’s the sound of tha police!” Or it might just be the sound of the police Radar Signs that have been placed along the roads on the Fortnite: Battle Royale* island for a new Season 6, Week 5 challenge.

Week 5 challenges were unlocked Thursday morning. With several totally normal damage-based challenges comes a new edition of the old “Flaming Hoops” task but also a fun new speed-based challenge that pretty much requires a Quadcrasher. The challenge has players “Record a speed of 27 or more on different Radar Signs” five different times. Is that MPH? KPH? We may never know, but we do know it’s gotta be fast.