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1. Reply to this post, and I will pick five of your icons.
2. Make a post (including the meme info) and talk about the icons I chose.
3. Other people can then comment to you and make their own posts.
4. This will create a never-ending cycle of icon glee.

greybeta chose:


My friend onebrightroad is a knitter and would-be spinner, and interested in all kinds of information about fiber. She sent me a link to some pictures of sheep, and I saw the adorable lamb with the happy smile and was just captured. I use this icon for happy things.


This is from the webcomic Sore Thumbs, which satirizes current events and pop culture, frequently through the use of hyperbole. I guess this strip, and the micro-arc of which it is part, parody those weird little culture bubbles that appear around some toy lines - it seems too broad to be poking at any one trendy line. At the time, this particular image really tickled me, so I snagged it. I use it to express optimism.


I made this icon on a whim after reading a thread in which an objectivist was arguing with, well, anyone who would argue with him. I think well of myself, and I think it's important for people to value themselves for their abilities, but in his case, I think he was a little big for his brainpan. It also illustrates my near-complete lack of graphic design skills and my weird liking for that particular shade of pink. I don't think I've ever actually used this icon.


Whenever I see the goofy traffic sign for a public library, I feel the urge to go wherever the arrow is pointing. The weird way the figure is balancing the book on his hand affords me amusement even now. I use this icon for posts about going to libraries and about my own library volunteering.


I bought these shoes for myself from a vendor at Bristol Faire in 2007 (I think). It is the 'Goddess' shoe seen here. I had been wanting some sandals, and I have a harder and harder time resisting purple things, so I left the store wearing them, and my friend stormdog snapped a picture of them after we sat down to eat something. I use it to say, "Hi, it's me!" when I don't want to use one of the icons with my face.
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