Last week, news broke that the U.S. dictionaries program at Oxford University Press picked GIF, the verb, as its U.S. word of the year. While many scoffed, it wasn't hard to understand the reasoning behind the choice. As Oxford's Katherine Martin told the LA Times, "GIF transcended any particular event and spoke to an overall trend of how we consume media." But what people don't know is that also in the running for word of the year was the acronym made famous by Rick Ross and Drake: Y.O.L.O. We're happy Oxford went with GIF, but we found some people on Twitter who are really happy Y.O.L.O. didn't get any more shine.