Do you tag yourself in someone else's Facebook album?
Even if you don't really know the photographer, but you just happened to be at a party where they took pictures? Why or why not?
yeah, i'd tag me in.. why not. it's me iin the picture after all..
but I've been tagged by others as a Jawa from star wars and as the left breast of a female friend of mine. lol
For close friends yes, for others, no. Close friend may have photos you don't necessarily have or lost in some way.
yeah most of the time i will, as long as I'm supposed to be in the picture, there's plenty of times I'm out at a party and I'll see a picture of me the next day where I jumped in with a group of people that I don't really know all that well, I'll always tag myself, just because who knows maybe I became friends with them the previous night.
I also love seeing pictures of myself I find a lot of them hilarious so I like having as much photo documentation as possible.
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