Myspace Valentine Comments

February 13, 2009
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Myspace Animated graphic




Myspace Valentine’s day graphics and layouts are all the rage today. Check out some of the best places to get unique graphics and animations to drop comments on all your friends’ pages. Photos of our favorites here!

Myspace graphics and layouts are the hot commodity today. Everyone wants to change their layout and leave Valentine’s Day comments on all their friends’ pages. Myspace is definitely recession friendly, especially during any kind of holiday. You can post a sexy glitter graphic or comment on a friend’s page and let them know you are thinking of them with out spending a dime. You can also be festive by getting a Valentine’s Day layout, also free.

One of the tiny problems is stumbling across all those places that take you 1000 other places, and have either 15 crappy comments and graphics, or nothing at all. I have selected my favorite Myspace graphic, animation, and layout sites that are legit and awesome. Check them out below! I gotta go change my layout now!

The best animated graphics. Everything from sweet and sappy to sexy and raunchy.

This site has tons of large, glitter comments and graphics. Very pretty.

This site has graphics with Valentines Day poems, and sweet sayings. It also has fantastic flash layouts, which are super fun.

This site has everything from sweet to funny, and has quite a large selection – 43 pages of comment graphics alone!!



Linkin Park Valentine’s Day Lyrics Video






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One Response to “Myspace Valentine Comments”

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    mp4 to mp3 Says:

    have to respond to this part. Actually, they do it because they don’t want to go out of business and they’re hoping to put pressure on amazon’s pricing model, which is unsustainable for anything except mega-best sellers. People think that the bulk of the cost of producing a book in print is ink and paper and distribution for some reason, but that’s actually a relatively small part of it. It’s editors and press departments and layout artists and (for non-fiction) indexers and so on that make up the bulk of the cost of producing a book and those costs are the same regardless of how the end product is distributed.