Urlesque was so kind to link to a few of our Tag your Facebook friends pictures a few days ago, and they have also tipped us about their own creation called the Urlesque Meme Matcher. Internet memes in an Internet meme? That’s like chocolate chunks inside a chocolate bar: awesome!
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It’s been a while since we posted another “Tag your friends” picture, so let’s conclude this week with another one of these popular Facebook posters. No cartoon characters in this picture, but a collage of smileys (or emoticons) instead. You know, those yellow things you’ve seen on forums and instant messaging software?
The CD Cover Meme has been around for ages… literally! I think it started on Flickr a few years ago, and it has recently made the jump to the Facebook crowd. It’s quite a different meme than your average notes and surveys, because it’s based on luck (the random stuff) and it requires a bit of creativity too (you have to actually design your own album cover).
As an alternative to the overload of cartoon characters, a new category of “Tag your friends” pictures has emerged featuring special alphabets or fonts. The most interesting one I’ve seen so far is a collage called “Corporate Alphabet” which was created back in 2004 by Dutch designers Amoud van den Heuval and Koert van Mensvoort.
There are currently two South Park character maps doing rounds on Facebook as part of the “Tag your friends” meme. None of them actually feature any South Park stars such as Stan Marsh, Eric Cartman, Kyle Broflovski, Kenny McCormick or Chef. Instead, these South Park-style characters are probably created from scratch with a tool like the South Park Studio.