Dolly Parton, a living legend.
We all know Dolly Parton is the reigning Queen of Country Music. She’s been sharing her talent with the world for decades and is still managing to bring something fresh and new to the table – and that includes viral memes! Recently, Miss Dolly shared this tweet, showing the images she would use for profile pictures of LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, and the internet went wild! It started a trend, with users far and wide sharing their own versions of the challenge, including our favourite YouTubers!
Here are a few of our favourite takes on the #DollyPartonChallenge!
You have to include YouTube
— The Cyber Nerds (@TheCyberNerds) January 26, 2020
You can’t say you’re a true YouTuber until you’ve taken the perfect photo, which will undoubtedly serve as your profile picture on everything for years. (You have to keep your brand consistent.) We love The Cyber Nerds‘ addition of YouTube into this challenge, for, if you ask us, it’s the most important website there is! It’s just cruel that it wasn’t included in the first place.
A meme’s a meme
— Emma Blackery (@emmablackery) January 24, 2020
You wouldn’t be able to tell that Emma Blackery doesn’t use LinkedIn or Tinder based on the photos she’s chosen. The best way to get someone to swipe right on your profile? Ensure your picture features your adorable pet. (The cuter the pet, the better!)
Such a pretty kitty
— Simon's Cat (@SimonsCat) January 24, 2020
Speaking of pets, we weren’t surprised to see Simon’s Cat taking on this viral challenge. We couldn’t help but audibly “awe” over the images used to represent Facebook and Tinder – they’re just too cute!
The same photo everywhere
— Katie Snooks (@KateSnooks) January 24, 2020
As we said earlier, once we take a fantastic photo of ourselves, we make sure it becomes our profile picture on everything! That’s why we feel Katie Snooks‘ take on the #DollyPartonChallenge is the most relatable.
The best relationship
— J o n a t h a n (@JonathanJoly) January 24, 2020
One of the best things about having a partner is that you get to include them in everything you do, including viral internet memes. We know we’ve said this before, but we are totally obsessed with Jonathan and Anna Saccone-Joly‘s marriage!
— Daniel M. Jones (@TheAspieWorld) January 24, 2020
Who needs a professional photo anyway?
The only “professional” photos of me I could find… I’m holding a glass of some kind of alcohol 🤔 pic.twitter.com/fXgBa0vVdg
— Hannah Witton (@hannahwitton) January 25, 2020
We think your professional photo is plenty professional, Hannah Witton. Nothing says “I’m an adult doing adult things” more than a glass of wine.
Why am I single?
I suppose the bottom one explains why I’m still single… pic.twitter.com/qykNy8CP6K
— Amy Lovatt (@AmyLovatt_) January 26, 2020
What are you saying, Amy Lovatt? Your Tinder photo is total #goals!
So there you have it…
How our favourite creators are participating in the #DollyPartonChallenge! From LinkedIn and Facebook, to Instagram and Tinder, it’s been funny to see how we present ourselves differently depending on the app we’re using. It really makes you think, doesn’t it?
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