I ain’t gonna lie. I take selfies just like the rest of the under 35 population — except I am allegedly above that number, but shhhhh!
Anyhow, what I find horrendously awful, yet funny are the stories I read about how some teens and 20-somethings spend HOURS, if not most of the day, taking hundreds of photos to get that one perfect selfie to post on social media. It is to a point of addiction, but of what? Self-promotion? Self-consciousness? Validation of self-worth?
I don’t know exactly, but I do think it needs to get under control soon because I’d hate for my kids to grow up in a society where their internal happiness is governed by how many views they get or how many people clicked “like”!
With that said, I thought I’d show everyone just how funny “the perfect selfie” can be…or more like, NOT PERFECT! 🙂
[Note: these shots were taken with my iPhone.]
The OTHER SIDE of my Selfie
BWAHAHAHA!!! 😀 I was about to step out to meet with my friend, and I didn’t do the dishes yet. They’re not even pretty dishes…they’re kids’ plastic and melanine dishes that don’t break. There’s also some trash on the counter. In the background of my selfie, you actually can make out some plastic from bread rolls and a half bottle of a “one buck chuck”! I think I didn’t finish putting on my lipstick either…or maybe I just ate something?!! Well, this is where there was nice light, so I stood next to my dirty dishes. And I needed to leave, so I didn’t fuss with anything. Whole thing took about 15 seconds.
Let’s keep it this way, folks! Don’t aim for Perfection. Aim for Realism! Be real. Be you.
And know that the only “like” you need is the one you give yourself.