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Everybody is sharing those "Look Back" videos on Facebook. The virtual trip down memory lane, complete with dramatic background music, can be a touching way to reminisce about your most "liked" photos and status updates.

Unless, of course, those photos are totally embarrassing. If your Look Back included a beer bong, a joke about Gangnam Style, and a photo of you sloppily making out with your college ex, chances are that you didn't share it with the rest of your Facebook friends.

Good news: You can now edit your Facebook Look Back video. Simply hit the "Edit" button on the top right corner of the Look Back page and then un-check the photos and updates you don't want in your sentimental montage, and check the ones that you want added.


Users are still limited by a set number of choices in each category — including "Your First Moments," "Your Most Liked Posts," and "Uploaded Photos" — but at least they can uncheck anything truly offensive. Considering Facebook celebrated its 10th birthday on Tuesday, chances are a lot of people have old photos they don't want surfacing on people's News Feeds.