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On Thursday, Twitter announced it would be discontinuing Vine, which it bought in early 2013. In just over three years, Vine influenced music, fashion, and slang across all segments of pop culture. The brilliantly simple app even birthed new stars, resurrected old ones, and inspired a Beyoncé video.

The millions of 6-second clips that have already been uploaded to Vine’s servers are expected to stay online for the next few months, but reports say they could disappear suddenly one day. Here’s what the minds behind the move had to say in a Medium post:

We value you, your Vines, and are going to do this the right way… You’ll be able to access and download your Vines. We’ll be keeping the website online because we think it’s important to still be able to watch all the incredible Vines that have been made.

In honor of the short-lived but wildly influential video-sharing app, here are the Vines we will never forget, including Lil TerRio‘s big debut, the birth of “on fleek,” and The Shmoney Dance. Good luck being productive today:

Schmoney

Milly Rock

On Fleek

Eggzma

Cat

Remember Lil TerRio for making us say “Ooouuu” before Young M.A.

It’s Shithead.

Shadow

Rat

Goths and Migos

Owl

Train lady

Kid Vines

Crossover baby

Ice cream

Do it for the Vine

Juice

Classical Nae Nae

Bbq sauce

Smack cam

Potato flew

Gma pong

Headband girl

Big boy dance

Mathematics

Drive thru dance

Dance battle

Mr. Postman

Severely

Mom and daughter

Rip Malcolm Martin

Hockey

Post up

Grape

Not funny

Fake TerRio

Dance SVU

Cinnamon apple

White whip

White dance

Hoe my god

Baby cross

Dog cross

Some cut

Baseball dance

Walmart crossover

SOURCE: Medium | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty | VIDEO SOURCE: Twitter

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