This girl has no idea what she's doing and i don't mean spending a whole damn minute trying to find the right angle on her smartphone that will capture the 'perfect' selfie, which will undoubtedly end up on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat (and god know what other social media apps she has) about 30 seconds after she finally manages to actually strike the right pose. HURRY UP!
The poor thing is unknowingly creating the perfect Reddit-fodder that will no doubt be the talk of the Youtube comments section for days to come and the focus of much public ridicule. Who knows, maybe Buzzfeed might even write an article about it and wax lyrical about how the new millennial generation are a growing worry to those of us who are older and know better, probably creating a listicle like "20 Ways To Take the Perfect Selfie".
The voice-over from the woman filming the incident is pure gold, but more subtly brilliant is the ironic music playing in the background (as if on cue the 'Goo Goo Dolls' lyrics chime in right at the end with, "And I don't want the world to see me"). But in all honesty, it's the girl who has the last laugh, she gives 'ZERO F#CKS' and you know what, i admire her for that.