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The (Hard Knock) Life of a Facebook Photo! / Cody and Corey Manyshots?!

From Candy: The (Hard Knock) Life of a Facebook Photo! Brought to you by Pixable!

How did you take the picture? With a film camera: What a hipster. Ha! Now you have to get it developed! Don’t get it digital: You can’t tag people on prints! Get it digital: It’s a 21st century thing. Ask somebody about it! LAPTOP!

How did you take the photo: With a digital camera: Do you even know where your cable is? Didn’t find it yet. #FAIL

Do you even know where your cable is? FOUND IT! LAPTOP! Does the picture need to be edited? YES! Use (and abuse) the iPhoto enhance feature. Vignette Effect it too, if you’re fancy like that.

Does the picture need to be edited? NO. Sure?

Does the picture need to be edited? Don’t know how. (?) :/ Haha, guess you’re stuck with red-eye!

How did you take the picture? With a phone! Did you hipstamatic / Instagram it? YES! Revel in how original and artistic you are. NO.

How did you take the picture: With an iPad. Do you realize how RIDICULOUS you look? YES! NO. Either way, you don’t care, because you know everyone is jealous you have an iPad 2.

Upload Photos to Facebook! Insert a funny / witty caption and tag everybody: yourself and friends! The self-tagging analysis process: You look AWESOME. PROFILE PIC! You look okay. Tag yourself. You look TERRIBLE. DELETE!

Upload Photos to Facebook! The friend-tagging analysis process: They look better than you! Don’t tag anyone. You all look okay, or they look TERRIBLE: Tag everyone!

Get likes!

Get a notification saying someone profiled your picture, Realize he or she cropped you out. Tag your hand as evidence of your presence. Consider defriending him or her… leave a snarky comment instead.

Get a notification saying someone profiled your picture. You’re in it! LIKE it!

Immediately, half the people untag themselves. (seriously, are they ever not on Facebook?)

Get comments: “Ew! Gross! Take this down. NOW!” Take it down. 😦 End up with an album half the size you started with. Leave it anyway. Lose a friend, but enjoy everyone else’s appreciation!

Get comments: “Awesome pic!” Pat yourself on the back…

And have the picture never be seen again… until one day, someone finds it on a Facebook stalking spree.

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