Question: Which cartoon character are you on Facebook? Â Now, this assumes that you have, like countless others, joined the train and changed your avatar to your doppelganger [more on that later]. Â So, what's behind the craze that asks, which cartoon character are you on Facebook?
Which Cartoon Character Are You Facebook Meme
Believe it or not, the which cartoon character are you on Facebook craze began a short time ago in Germany. Â The idea was to get a large group of people on the popular social media networking site, Facebook, to change their avatars for a good cause. Â The campaign against violence towards children made the efforts on behalf of the creators of the craze all the better.
The act of jumping on the bandwagon is referred to as a meme, something that is part of culture and is passed on in an organic fashion, like passing one's genes along. Â In other words, it is habit-forming, and in this instance, for a good cause to bring awareness to the plight of children worldwide.
Which Cartoon Character Are You Facebook Doppelganger Craze
The act of using a photo or representation of someone or something else to define your identity is referred to by the Germans as doppelganging. Â It simply means becoming a double-goer or one's double.
The which cartoon character are you on Facebook campaign can be called a doppelganger campaign because it calls for supporters of the anti-violence campaign to cartoon their avatar. Â The idea is that it takes a person back to their childhood "happy place".
The efforts to bring attention to the ever-increasing violence towards children appears to be working as evidence by the number of Facebook groups sprouting up in support of the meme, led by a vast number of doppelgangers.
The $100,000 question is: Â Which cartoon character are you on Facebook? Â The campaign hopes to have all users on Facebook convert their regular avatar to a cartoon character until Monday, Dec. 6.