Best 23 of Selfies quotes - MyQuotes
No, the great thing about selfie sticks is that they send annoying people out into the world with a built-in means with which to thrash them. -Bucky Katt
I put the photo in an album called Mortifying Emotional Moments, and I title it Soggy Napkin Note. The last selfie I posted in there was of me on the day I graduated college. My perfectly made up face is happy ... relieved. I called that one: Sallie Mae Can Suck It.
In the last 10 years, we have seen a rise in selfishness: selfies, self-absorbed people, superficiality, self-degradation, apathy, and self-destruction. So I challenge all of you to take initiative to change this programming. Instead of celebrating the ego, let's flip the script and celebrate the heart. Let's put the ego and celebrity culture to sleep, and awaken the conscience. This is the battle we must all fight together to win back our humanity. To save our future and our children.
Do I look like someone who would make a duck face or do a fish gape?
All smiles for the camera are fake.
Confidence is not posting endless selfies, or repeatedly protesting how happy or in love we are, it’s a subtle yet noticeable sheen that emanates from our being - our eyes, our words, our body language.
Donna Lynn Hope
First bathrooms, now cars. At least people are wearing their seat belts.
Sex only sells so much. Promoting authority and capability with your online content over sexy selfies and spammy self hype creates better connections, contacts, and conversions to profit.
We are imperfect creatures created with egotistical defects, insecurities and an incomprehensible desire for perfection and the excessive use of social media feeds the raging fires within, most of the time adding salt to wounds we never knew existed and at times creating new ones.
Selfies often deceive us into believing that some people love themselves, or the way they look.
We sometimes take photos (or record a video) so that we can later see what was happening while we were busy taking photos (or recording a video).
Donna Lynn Hope
There is enchantment in wondering...in seeing a beautiful portrait every now and then rather than an overabundance of the overexposed; I wanted the figure before me to remain a magnificent mystery, like any alluring woman is as the rarity of a thing is what makes it valuable, even an enigma, and when something or someone is that, they become captivating.
Photobomb me at your own risk!
Selfies, they call 'em, and that makes sense 'cause even though they're sending these pictures to others, it still smells like selfish to me. Is that why they call it an "I phone"? 'Cause it's all about me me me. Like talking to hear yourself talk.
To not be photographed daily, even by oneself, to not be recorded and videoed and dispersed into the turbulent winds of the net, was to court nonexistence.
The addiction to our mobiles may insidiously unlock evil actions by helplessly surrendering to the plague of blatant indifference, arrogant inattention, and flighty bee-lining and sophisticated acts of revenge. Smartphones may unstitch positive points in our lives and incidentally enchant us by instant selfies but, with some, they might inexorably trigger off shabby and despicable practices. ("Even if the world goes down, my mobile will save me" )
Oliver Markus Malloy
Ten short years ago, nobody had ever heard of a selfie. But today every decent cell phone has not one but two cameras, so you can take idiotic duck face pictures. And don't forget the billion dollar selfie-stick industry. Capitalism has found a whole new way to turn our vanity into profit.
With the selfies, a photographer has finally found his place in a photograph.
Taking a lot of selfies doesn’t mean you live an examined life.
Ana Claudia Antunes
Don"t gaze too hard at your belly button Or you will unexpectedly hit rock bottom!
In a world of selfie-addiction smile usually is the brand name for an essential drug called pretense
No job is complete until the selfie is posted.
In the fancy spectacle of life, aspire to find a joy that does not need an audience.