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When posting a caption for a picture of Bob and me together, which is correct?
"Bob and me"
"Bob and I"

What about "Bob and myself"
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Strictly speaking, only Bob and I.
InchoateknowledgeStrictly speaking, only Bob and I. I agree.

It just depends on what you consider to be the elipsis. "Bob and I [are in this photo]" as opposed to "[This is a picture of ]Bob and me".
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Bob and me I (together)

nominative case here
Absolutely never Bob and myself!
"Bob and I" is correct.
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WRONG! WRONG! WRONG!

You would NEVER say "this is a picture of I" but you will almost always say "this is a picture of ME"