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When I am reviewing Pull Requests (via gh or glab), I often like to post a funny GIF as a comment when I'm approving the PR (hopefully to leave the collaborator with a smile).
:duck: DuckDuckGo from the terminal
Perhaps it's just me, but I do a lot in the terminal, from writing code and debugging programs to searching and browsing the web (via ddgr + !bangs).
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A CLI utility for searching GIFs without leaving the terminal.
Also, contributions are welcome on the GitHub repo: https://github.com/pbnj/giphy-cli
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