The summer has rolled in with a quiet tremor. I have yet to adjust my alarm clock. Slothing through my morning routine, I quickly scrolled through the recent uploads on Instagram.
Alright, there's my friend taking a selfie on the Alps. Oh, another selfie on the beach. And, good God, another selfie with her dog on Jupiter _ hang on, it's just a road near Klong Toey!
Admit it. We've all done it. And the irony of it that is we've all criticised someone for doing it. I know I have. For the greying generation who may not be familiar with the term, "selfie" refers to a picture that someone takes of themselves with a camera or smartphone, usually with an outstretched arm, with the intention of uploading it to a social media platform. I was never a big fan of others' selfies, let alone taking them myself _ well, other than when I'm in need of a new Facebook profile picture, which is practically every day.
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