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The stereotype Facebook user doodle is an intentionally-low-quality drawing/doogle where a user will take a “stereotype teenage” behavior that is often noted on Facebook or other social networking sites and parody it. It will be accompanied by a satirical “self-description” of the person/people, objects and/or actions depicted in the photo meant to parody what the photographer may have been thinking of with the photo. Most of these also usually have small comments placed around in random spots of the images, showing comments that may follow the type of photo that is made fun of.
During the rise of social networking sites such as MySpace, certain photography habits in profile pictures and galleries became common throughout the sites, such as the infamous Myspace Angle. Soon, internet users began to notice certain trends in photos. Turning images into black-and-white, girls kissing girls, using a mirror for “cute” photos and excessive pouting became a few of the many practices that became common in many Myspace and Facebook galleries.
On an unknown date in early 2010, a user that took note of these habits started to draw pictures depicting these actions. The earliest evidence of these threads is an archived thread (CAUTION: NSFW) from May 3, 2010, though some images have been sighted earlier.
The following is a template of how a typical Facebook Stereotype Picture Doodle works:
1) Person doing stereotype
3) Random comments around photo
The above guidelines are demonstrated in the below sample:
There are many variations from this, but what matters is that the stereotype is clearly pointed out and parodied.
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