I want a clear yes or no answer expressing which profile picture you think is the best because I'm deciding whether to change it or not. Thanks.
Congrats for selecting Choice 1 as per my recommendation..
Choice number 1 definitely, it is a eye catcher!
the first looks like a man playing with his 'member', which happens to be in the shape of a guitar
the second looks like a Republican's two worst nightmares combined... ie a whole bunch of African American's celebrating in an environmentally sustainable world
Definitely agree with the others. Number 1 is more eye catching.
Choice 1. Unless you're a preteen who's really into the Backstreet Boy-type bands. Then def choice 2.
I like 1 - mostly because 2 makes me wonder, "Which one is actually supposed to be xrocker30?" I know images aren't supposed to "directly translate" - but that Number 2 makes me ask that anyway.
I like choice one best. It is more timeless, 2 looks retro but that only works if it is the impression you want to create..
Wait, didn't you also ask a question about this in the Answers section?
I think either one is okay.
I'm with the majority here (even before I knew they were the majority ) I like #1
Go with 1, although you might think about cropping part of that picture out.
I don't really like either. The problem with choice 1 is that it looks like something sold out of the back of a van in 1978.
Thanks for all the help! I appreciate everyone who participated and thank even those who made an effort by saying they didn't like either one *cough* shogan. By the way, thanks for expressing your opinion anyway shogun.
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