My Own Spubble

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Here is an old photo of me, I look like such a doofus with my egg nog.

Behind the Creation

I have an obsession with Wawa egg nog so I am assuming my happiness in this photo was caused by the egg nog in my hand. My mom used to be scared of my egg nog addiction, she would treat it like I was doing hardcore drugs. She would try to get my brothers to convince me to stop drinking egg nog so much. Unfortunately none of that worked, because I still drink Wawa egg nog to this day. Though it is a seasonal drink so I always have to wait until Winter, and please do not tell me to go get egg nog somewhere else. It is not the same, trust me. I look really stupid in this picture so I enjoyed making fun of myself. I hope you find this kinda funny.

The Process

To add the text and the speech bubble on the photo, I used an online photo editor called LunaPic. I don’t have photoshop or any other fancy photo editing software right now so I have to resort to the ghetto option.

The first thing I did was load my image into the editor by selecting the Browse option on the photo banner with the blonde hair woman (or man, who knows).

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The photo I selected then showed up in the editor. I went to the Draw menu and selected Speech Bubble. This opened a menu to select what style of speech bubble I wanted.

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After selected the bubble I wanted, I place it in the proper position and resized it using the small yellow squared on the corners.

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The going back to the Draw menu, I select the Text Tool option to add the text inside the speech bubble. This opened a menu at the top of your photo seen to the right of the photo below. From here I was able to edit the text as I needed.

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After adding the text and moving it to the proper position. I go under File and select Save Image to save it to my computer.

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