New Moon, the second movie in the Twilight Saga, opens in theatres everywhere this week. And I know a lot of our (mainly female) readers are breathlessly awaiting the sequel to last year’s immensely popular Twilight movie based on Stephenie Meyer’s vampire-romance novel. Because we already posted two Twilight Facebook Tagging Pictures a while ago, we took a different approach for the new movie.
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RUN! IT’S A ZOMBIE-ATTACKAG! Save this brain-eating zombie image to your computer and re-upload it to your Facebook profile. Click the photo icon in the “What’s on your mind” box, then choose “Upload a photo” and share the this image file. Now click “Tag this photo” and carefully point-&-select your living dead friends in our bloody Zombie-a-Tag! picture.
Since there’s a new Facebook homepage design, I thought I’d re-post our Tag a vote picture we made when the previous redesign went live in March 2009. You just upload this directly to your wall, pick a vote, and invite your friends to express their opionion on the redesign by tagging one of the positive or negative votes.
We be damned if we didn’t post our trademark tag your friends picture in a pirate theme today. By the use of our “Tag like a Pirate” collage of famous pirates, including the likes of Jack Sparrow, Guybrush Threepwood and, err, Kanye West, you can tag up to twelve scurvy Facebuccaneers according to their pirattiude.
The end of summer is approaching so we recycled and edited a funny Internet picture, allowing you to tag what you and your friends have been up to for the past few weeks. There’s a choice of six summer activities with matching tan lines: Waterskiing, Mountain biking, SCUBA diving, Rollerblading, Facebooking and Tennis
Anarchy In Your Head is a web comic by Dale Everett, going by the motto: “when it comes to politics, we hate everything”. Dale guarantees his readers: “sooner or later we’re bound to make fun of someone or something you hate”. He composed a tag your friends collage with some of the recurring characters from his comics.
Are you into Where’s Waldo/Wally? Then this new “tag your friends” series is something for you. Here’s a bunch of different photos of crowds in which you can tag yourself and your friends. Of course, none of you were really there but with most of the heads in the pictures so small and unidentifiable, the joke is obvious.
We know it’s a pain to come up with original and clever titles for your Facebook photo albums, especially if they contain yet another set of random pictures. So let yourself be inspired by our collection of 30 funny Facebook photo album titles that will definitely catch the attention of you friends, and maybe even make them hesitate slightly to click.