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Embarrassing Photos You Don't Want Tagged on Facebook: Part Deux 

October 13, 2010
It's that time of year again. Summer is over and you're left with barely-there memories of nights spent L-I-V-I-N and partying with your friends, plus the sneaking suspicion that one of your buddies captured it all on camera. You can blame your behavior on a contact high or blame your outfit on being "ironic," but somewhere there exists photographs of you in all your shameover glory. That place is Facebook. There used to be a time in the not-so-distant past before "tagging" photos existed, but those days are long gone. Having fun is one thing, but there are certain embarrassing photos you never want tagged on Facebook. Don't be that guy. Or girl. Check out last year's installment of "Photos You Don't Want Tagged on Facebook" here.
Mark "The Cobrasnake" Hunter
Dancing to "Thriller" when, actually, the DJ is spinning M.I.A.
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It's that time of year again. Summer is over and you're left with barely-there memories of nights spent L-I-V-I-N and partying with your friends, plus the sneaking suspicion that one of your buddies captured it all on camera. You can blame your behavior on a contact high or blame your outfit on being "ironic," but somewhere there exists photographs of you in all your shameover glory. That place is Facebook. There used to be a time in the not-so-distant past before "tagging" photos existed, but those days are long gone. Having fun is one thing, but there are certain embarrassing photos you never want tagged on Facebook. Don't be that guy. Or girl. Check out last year's installment of "Photos You Don't Want Tagged on Facebook" here.
Published on October 13, 2010
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