Jersey Shore is back for its third season, and love it or hate it ─in fact, we know that many of you love to hate it─ we had to dedicate a Facebook tagging picture to MTV’s hottest reality show. In true Jersey Shore slang, “tag your friends” now becomes “tag your Guidos and Guidettes”.
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It’s been over a month since we posted a brand new Tag your friends picture, but judging by the number of requests we (still) get for a Sonic The Hedgehog tag board, it’s about time we posted a new one. And thanks to the efforts of one of our readers, Lia P, who made and send us one, we can share with you today an exclusive and fresh Facebook tag picture based on Sonic.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream. The weather is sizzling hot over here, and all we can think of is swimming pools and ice cream. So Dairy Queen’s timing to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their famous Blizzard treat couldn’t be better. Part of their celebration are these tag your friends Facebook pictures that allow you to turn friends into 25 different Blizzard treats.
The Orange Guy, a brainchild of illustrator Leo Blanchette and the official mascot of Answers.com, is now available as a Facebook tag picture featuring the entire Orange family. His crazy aunt Betty, his hippie older sister, the detective he hired 2 years ago… They’re all here and waiting to be uploaded to your Facebook so you can tag your friends.
Hardcore gamers will confirm: video game controllers can become as natural as an extra body part. This tag picture lets you and your Facebook friends choose a preferred weapon of choice for shoot ’em ups, sports, strategy games, etc. From retro video game controllers to contemporary gamepads and handhelds, we have 20 pieces to tag…
Face it. You’re not born with Jimi Hendrix’s fingers, Charlie Watts’s sense of rhythm, or Sting’s voice. But there’s at least one, maybe slightly odd instrument you can totally rock out on, right? So it’s about time you form your own geek band with up to eleven of your Facebook friends, and pick an instrument for yourself and each band member (or let them choose one themselves).