We all have memories we'd prefer to forget, bad relationships, awkward events. Taking them as a learning experience and moving on used to be the only way to handle it. But now, people are beginning to use technologic tricks to erase all evidence of bad things from the past. Photoshopping ex's out of images is becoming a curious new trend.

The New York Times reports:

Removing her ex-husband from more than a decade of memories may take a lifetime for Laura Horn, a police emergency dispatcher in Rochester. But removing him from a dozen years of vacation photographs took only hours, with some deft mouse work from a willing friend who was proficient in Photoshop, the popular digital-image editing program.

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