Taking Selfie is a Mental Disorder – Which Category do You Belong?

Thank God we are not in the days of the
children of Israel, if not I wonder what would have happen while crossing the
red sea. they would’ve wasted the whole day in the middle of the sea taking
‘selfie pictures’ and uploading on Facebook and Twitter with comments like:

1. Chilling with Moses.

2. Miracle things on point.

3. Crossing mode activated!

4. Cruising in the red sea.

5. Pharaoh no fit catch us.
6. Omo see fish flexing.
7. Fish for sale, ping for delivery.
8. Flexing with Uncle Aaron.
9. Swimming mode activated!
10. Me and my boo on fish hunting.

The truth is, it has been
psychologically proven that, taken selfie is a mental disorder. The disorder is
called selfitis, and is defined as the obsessive compulsive desire to take
photos of one’s self and post them on social media as a way to make up for the
lack of self-esteem and to fill a gap in intimacy.
Levels of Selfies

==>Borderline selfitis : taking
photos of one’s self at least three times a day but not posting them on social
media
==>Acute selfitis: taking photos of one’s self at least three times a day
and posting each of the photos on social media
==>Chronic selfitis: Uncontrollable urge to take photos of one’s self round
the clock and posting the photos on social media more than six times a day
Now tell me, which categories of “Selfitis disorder”
do you belong?
Source: AMA
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