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Vine has just turned three years old, but it has really been in the past 12 months that the social media platform has truly hit the mainstream, with numerous stars breaking out of their 6-seconds of fame and into TV, movies, and commercials.

But the format itself remains its own art form, and Vine has just released its most important Vines from the past year.

We went through the list and found the most-looped Vines of the past year. Check it out.

9. ¬†"IM DYING OMG ūüė≠ūüė≠ūüíÄ #soaring #flying," Kierra Santillan¬†‚ÄĒ 81 million loops

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aka, "Life comes at you fast."

8. ¬†"who is she," chloe lmao ‚ÄĒ 81 million loops

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Hit song '80s song + bizarreness = Vine gold.

7. ¬†"Poor Jay,"¬†Chase Broeckelmann¬†‚ÄĒ 81 million loops

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No chill.

6. ¬†"When you are really good at pretending to like your birthday gifts..," Jeff Simmons ‚ÄĒ 91 million loops

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Yup.

5. ¬†"When you don't know the answers to a test," good kush kiara ‚ÄĒ 95 million loops

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Double true.

4. ¬†"Untitled,"¬†ahmed ali akbar¬†‚ÄĒ 96 million loops

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Another reaction that can be applied to numerous life situations.

3. ¬†"Lady Gaga scared Leonardo DiCaprio," Kate Aurthur ‚ÄĒ 101 million loops

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Real-time Vines do well, and real-time celeb vines do really well.

2. ¬†"Duck Army," Charlie Murphy ‚ÄĒ 151 million loops

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Terrifying.

1. ¬†"Untitled (Paris bombing),"¬†ArsenalTerje¬†‚ÄĒ 329 million loops

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Sadly, No. 1 was also the most terrifying. It was taken the moment a bomb went off outside Paris's Stade de France during a Germany-France friendly in what proved to be the start of the deadliest terrorist attack there in centuries.

***Bonus***

Here are Fusioneers' favorite Vines from 2015:

Patrick Hogan:

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Jason Gilbert:

Charles Pulliam

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Rob Wile

Kelsey McKinney

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Michael Rosen

David Matthews

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This post has been updated.

Rob covers business, economics and the environment for Fusion. He previously worked at Business Insider. He grew up in Chicago.