New Selfie Spoon is Here
Tired of choosing between eating or posting? Relax. Have your cake and eat it, but make sure you are armed with a new Selfie Spoon.
Just turn on the Bluetooth feature on your smartphone, take a photo and post each mouth-watering bite you eat for others to feel jealous.
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The world's obsession with selfies has taken social media, including Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, by storm, with people of nearly all ages, genders and nationalities posting a zillion photos of their faces wherever they are.
A number of narcissists have had accidents while using selfie sticks, however. A Japanese tourist died of a heart attack on Friday after reportedly slipping down the stairs at India's Taj Mahal monument. An eyewitness told the BBC that the tourist fell while taking a selfie.
A teenage girl from Moscow was critically wounded after trying to take a selfie with a pistol pressed against her temple in May. The 21-year-old was at her office when she took a 9-millimeter rubber-bullet pistol and decided to take a selfie. She accidentally pressed the trigger and the bullet ricocheted off a wall right into her head.
The same month a man from Singapore died in Bali after falling off a cliff while taking a selfie. Mohammed Aslam Shahul, 21, lost his balance and fell into the sea off a cliff while on vacation with his friends.