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One Teacher Wanted To Make A Point About Sharing Photos on Facebook

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One fifth grade teacher wanted to demonstrate internet safety to her class and certainly made a point.

The teacher wrote a quick little note saying what her purposes was with the photo and asked everyone that saw the photo to click like on it. It reached more that 13,000 shares within 24hrs. However, by Tuesday afternoon of last week, the photo made it over to Reddit where everyone began to Photoshop the image with crazy results.

 


*Yarr...here's me treasure.


After all of the Photoshop re-touches to the image, especially the Nicholas Cage images, it’s a safe bet this teacher has made her point.

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