One of the great things about Facebook is the ability to tag photos that you post on your profile. It turns a simple photo album into a communal experience, where everyone can share memories and comments. So, we wondered how some images might have looked way back when if they were posted and tagged for Facebook:
- General George Washington Ah, memories. Here’s a shot of me and the boys crossing the Delaware River. Unfortunately, Corporal James Wilson was not so fond of the memory, having complained non-stop about the cold:
- Jerome Einstein Here’s a candid photo of old Uncle Albert, in a rare display of mirth and candor. Guess he was having some fun with those guys down at the lab who joked about his theory of relativity.
- Leo DaVinci I could not get this chick to smile for anything. My best Michelangelo jokes, pope impressions; I even mooned her – nothing. Oh well, she was photogenic, so I figured what the hell.
- Alfred Eisenstaedt I have no idea who this gal was. Never got her name, didn’t care. Home sweet home, America!!! Woot!
- Vito Clemenza Here’s a pic of the boys on lunch break. There’s Tony Knuckles on the left, bummin’ a smoke as usual. Great buncha guys. And can they work? Fuggettabowdit!
- Anthony Eden – How about this for an historical photo – our man Churchill ordering up a round of drinks for us. Never thought I’d see the day.
- TheKing Met these boys at Graceland last week. Nice bunch of fellas, but I don’t see them catchin’ on over here in the States myself.
- Eliot Ness LOL We got him! Let’s see him wriggle his way out of this one. The drinks are on me!
- Penelope Pussycat Awww, here’s Pepe trying his best, as usual, to impress me. I didn’t have the heart to tell him this wasn’t my real hair color … or about his B.O.
- Michelangelo I swear I don’t know how I ever got this one done. It was murder trying to keep everyone still. All the twitching, and the giggling. Everyone wound up looking great though.
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