The “”selfie”” has become increasingly popular and significantly more annoying with the rise of social media. People enjoy showing off to their peers or to their fans, should they be famous, or “insta famous”.
If you follow me on Instagram (follow me here !) you can see that I don’t take very many “selfie’s”. When I do, they end up being incredibly awkward. I don’t understand that art of the “selfie”. How do you take a great photo while holding your phone out in front of your face? The front facing camera isn’t great – at least not on my iPhone 4S. It’s pretty difficult to get a great “selfie” using the back camera. How many photos is it acceptable to take before posting your next “selfie” work of art?
Apparently, the “selfie” started by the one and only Sir Paul McCartney
It looks like he is pulling one over on America – it is estimated that the “selfie” has actually been around since 1900 with this fine lady.
Celebrities are HUGE fans of “selfie”s. I’m sure all of the likes and comments they receive on each photo helps grow their egos.
Kendall and Kylie Jenner believe they have mastered the art of the “selfie”. Their advice? Use your smartphone and don’t stand directly in the sun.
Miley posts “selfie’s” on the daily, SMILERS are often gifted with more than one.
Ryan Gosling might be too cool for “selfie”s. But since he is so nice to look at, here is a wonderful picture of him.
Feeling really great today? Need another ego boost? Go ahead – post a “selfie”. But be warned, everyone avoids the person at the cocktail party who can’t stop talking about how great they are. Reality check: you probably aren’t that great.
My advice: if you really want to post a “selfie”, make it as awkward as possible.
Have any “selfie” advice? TEACH ME YOUR WAYS.
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