You have to be extra wary of that one friend who loves to Instagram everything.
You’ve practiced smiling in mirrors.
You find yourself asking people if you “really look like that.”
You don’t have a “good side.”
You’re tired of getting asked “Why are you making that face?”
You’re pretty much a selfie scientist.
You’re really good at obscuring your face when a camera or phone pops up.
When someone does corner you for a picture, you get so in your own head about posing that you forget what’s normal.
Group pictures = finding the tallest person in the room and hunching behind him or her.
Filters are your friends.
You know that picture day is proof of Satan.
You dread seeing a notification that someone has tagged you in a picture.
…And you’ve actually reconsidered friendships with people who tag pictures of you looking like a potato with hair.
You’re constantly mysitifed by how you look in photos because you swear you’re pretty cute in real life.
People think you’re being vain or insecure…
On the plus side, you spend more time living moments and less time posing for them.
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