The GIF (Graphics Interchange Format), pronounced "JIF", was designed by CompuServe and the official specification released in June of 1987.
"Hi, my name is ta-MAR-a, nice to meet you!"
"Hi there TAM-er-a. So, what do you do?"
"I'm sorry, did you not just hear me pronounce my name? It's ta-MAR-a if you don't mind. I've currently in school studying--"
"I'm afraid I have to stop you there. I once knew someone with your name, and it was TAM-er-a. So, I think I know what I'm talking about here."
"Other people can call themselves whatever they want, but my name is ta-MAR-a, if you don't mind."
"Actually, I think you're more of a Tammy. So, what do you study, Tammy?"
*drink splashes face*
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