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How to Make 'Kilroy'-Style Facebook Profile Photos



Since it first made its appearance in the 1940s, the sneaky-eyed graffito known affectionately as "Kilroy" has become known the world over. Now, thanks to a guy named Max over at Instructables, you can meld your own image with that iconic one, right there on your Facebook profile.

The process requires no more than a face, hands, a camera, a photo editing program, and Instructables' supplied stock background. Be warned, though -- that stock background is custom-fitted for Facebook's current layout only. And, as Max points out, Facebook has been known to change its layout more often than it changes its underwear. [From: Instructables Via: Walyou]

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