It's been five long years since The Office finale, but thankfully its supporters have ensured that the show will live on forever. Twitter user @The_life_of_ACE is the latest fan to continue the show's legacy in the best way possible: by splicing up 26 clips from the show's 9 seasons to create a beautiful rendition of the alphabet. SEE ALSO: Give this dog a Dundie for recreating the entire opening intro of 'The Office' "Someone did this with vines and I like The Office so here ya go," @The_life_of_ACE tweeted, referring to the museum worthy viral video that is the ABC's of Vine. Most fans of the show were thrilled with the video, and some even offered up their own suggestions for different letters. This is the only way to remember the ABC's now https://t.co/7Lo49UBiuP — Dumplin (@Dumplin5) June 24, 2018 I am deceased beyond repair 😂 incorporate in schools — Noel Phesoj (@Noelphesoj) June 24, 2018 A cinematic masterpiece 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 https://t.co/VAtNA1iATb — 🍯Alana Harris🌶 (@lannah_d) June 24, 2018 i'm MAD that W wasn't "WHERE'S THE TURTLES??? WHERE ARE THEY???" https://t.co/63SJcHDDlA — EGG BOI (@frecklebisexual) June 24, 2018 Though in the future if there ever is another version — and we're pretty sure there could be hundreds even with The Office clips alone — may we suggest this for 'R' instead? WATCH: This scene in 'A Quiet Place' looks like it's straight from 'The Office'
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