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Self-Potrait as wallpaper?!?!

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by BlackSeng, Oct 23, 2009.

  1. BlackSeng

    BlackSeng Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Geez, any one uses a self-portrait image as a desktop wallpaper?

    I don't. And i find it kinda... self-centered.

    I'm in my class now... having nothing to do I was looking around my classroom and realize a majority of girl's laptop has their own self-portrait of themselves as wallpaper. Just a photo of themselves alone.
    Yikes... no, i'm not insulting them.. I'm just wondering.. ain't that kinda narcissistic?
     
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  2. xoxxx

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    lol yes that is very wierd!!
     
  3. MsMoneyMagnet

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    That is rather ghey of them to do that. I know a guy who has over 70 pics of himself on his MySpace album and only one of his two kids! If that's not narcissistic, I don't know what is!
     
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    Oh yes... it's really freaky.

    What I realize is... those girls who used their photo as a wallpaper are usually arrogant and thinks highly of themselves.

    Yikes... I'm in a class of narcissistics >.<
     
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    i use pictures of my cars as wallpaper and my avatar. but never of myself.