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Spoof: Watch this video if you are a selfie addict

Some people find happiness in the present moment, a lot others find it in the selfie moment.

Written by Parmita Uniyal | New Delhi |
Updated: September 19, 2014 3:43:47 pm
selfie-main A selfie addict is a person who starts his/her day with a bed selfie and take one right after averting a mishap. (Source: YouTube/Being Indian)

Some people find happiness in the present moment, a lot others find it in the selfie moment. People belonging to the latter category may also be the ones who fall in the tech addict category. So who exactly is a selfie addict? A selfie addict is a person who starts his/her day with a bed selfie and take one right after averting a mishap. Their pets might consider opening a Facebook/Twitter/Instagram account as they accompany their pretty subjects as they happily click themselves.

A few months back, there was an interesting hoax that did the rounds that American Psychiatric Association (APA) had officially classified taking ‘Selfies’ as a mental disorder. While we can’t really comment on that, Culture Machine’s Being Indian has come up with a hilarious spoof on selfie addict girls in the world.

You might be reminded of their previous video Every Delhi in the World as the protagonist in this one says things like ‘bhaiyaji aapke puppy ke saath selfie le loon’ and ‘tere phone ke front me LED flash nahi hai, yucks how LS’

So be it a puppy selfie, a fitness freak selfie, ouchie selfie, almost died selfie, sexy selfie, or nerd selfie, everything in the world of a selfie-maniac revolves around… well, a selfie which is edited for social media and posted in an expectation of likes and comments (read appreciation)

Do you think you are a selfie addict?

Watch the video

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