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Indecisive? Website uses GIFs to make choices for you

Having trouble making a decision? An amusing website called YesNo.wtf gives you a straight yes or no answer with an accompanying GIF.

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If you're anything like me, you have a difficult time making decisions. In just the latest example of my indecisiveness, I spent about 30 minutes looking at my phone Monday trying to decide where to take my toddler for dinner.

Fortunately for all of us decision-averse people out there, a new website promises to make decisions for us. The site, YesNo.wtf, will randomly display a yes or no answer, along with a corresponding GIF, those animated images that are ubiquitous on social-media these days.

For example, if you've been thinking of replacing your iPhone 5 with one of the recently released 6S devices, a visit to YesNo.wtf might show you Stanley Hudson from the American version of "The Office" nodding his head with the word yes prominently displayed in the middle of the screen.

We obviously don't recommend relying on the service to make major life decisions regarding your health or employment, but it could help you make minor choices, like what you should eat, in a fun way.

Asking if you should have pizza for dinner, for example, might be met with a GIF of Will Ferrell as Ron Burgundy dropping to his knees and screaming "No!" Just refresh the page and ask about new food choices until you get a yes and, voila, dinner is sorted out.

Of course, to use the site, you'll need to formulate your questions in such a way that they can easily be answered with a simple yes or no. Asking it what the meaning of life is, therefore, probably won't yield a conclusive response.