McKayla Maroney has already her sights set on the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2016. But please note, she's not doing it to impress you.

She's had 2016 in her mind since her now-famous look of consternation while standing on the platform when she earned a silver for vaulting in London.

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From Gangnam Style to the Sloppy Swish, Angelina Jolie leg thrusts to Chris Brown neck tattoos, and grumpy cats to photogenic peeps, 2012 was a great year for memes.

On this Christmas Day, THG looks back at 12 of the best photos, videos, trends and topics that captured the Internet's fascination (and creativity) over the past 12 months.

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President Barack Obama met with McKayla Maroney and other members of USA's Fierce Five Olympic gymnastics team - Kyla Ross, Jordyn Wieber, Aly Raisman and Gabby Douglas - yesterday in the Oval Office.

But the Leader of the Free World was not impressed.

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Give McKayla Maroney a lot of credit.

The Olympic gymnast is showing a sense of humor about the Internet meme spoofing her hilariously smug, indifferent reaction to winning a mere silver - not gold - medal in individual vault competition last week.

Posted in: McKayla Maroney

McKayla Maroney's brutally honest, unmoved reaction after winning the silver medal and not the gold in the Olympic individual vault competition earlier this week has spawned a hilarious Internet meme starring the American gymnast.

If you missed it, here's McKayla's expression:

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A near-perfect vault by McKayla Maroney was probably the biggest highlight of the U.S. women's gymnastics team's Olympic gold medal win last night - even if the judges inexplicably docked her a quarter of a point.

McKayla, 16, nailed the vault, showcasing the Amanar - a tricky, near-impossible skill that just a handful of gymnasts in the world can do - with such precision, her coach couldn't believe her score wasn't the maximum.

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