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Worst and the Most Hilarious Selfie Fails of all Time that Will Make You Laugh

The term “selfie” refers to a photograph taken of yourself using a mirror or holding a camera close to your body. The concept of not relying on someone else’s camera skills has made it the most popular trend of all time. Anytime you want, you can take a decent photograph of yourself without any assistance. Due to smart mobile cameras, social media platforms, and the internet, taking and sharing selfies have become widely popular. While the term ‘selfie’ has only become common in recent years, the process has been around for nearly 200 years. “Selfie” was even chosen as the “Word of the Year” in 2013 by the Oxford English Dictionary. In September 2002, the term was first used in a public forum. After a night of drinking, an Australian man took a photo of his torn lip and asked for advice about the stitches he had just received.

The history of Selfie

In 1839, Robert Cornelius created the first Selfie (known at the time as a self-portrait). He was an American pioneer in photography who produced one of the first photographs of a person in a daguerreotype. It took him a while to uncover the lens, run into the shot for a few minutes, and then replace the cap. On the back of the daguerreotype, he wrote, “The first light picture ever taken, 1839.”. Cornelius went on to open a photography shop in Philadelphia, one of the first in the country dedicated to photography. The medium and subject matter changed after the portrait was taken. One of the first teenagers to bring their pictures is Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia, who took a picture of herself in front of a mirror in 1914 and sent it to a friend. Photographic technology has advanced much over the past few decades, increasing its proliferation in everyday life. In the late 1880s, self-timers made it easy for people to create self-portraits since they gave the subject five to ten seconds to position themselves for the shot. In 1900, the Kodak Brownie Box camera made self-portraits increasingly popular. Since instant cameras, like the Polaroid, became more affordable in the 1970s, more people took self-portraits since the camera was very small, portable, and offered instant results. The mobile phone cameras completely changed the history of photography. The majority of the time, a selfie fails to capture the moment in its entirety. To achieve good photography, people make funny faces, exaggerate backgrounds, or include people who are not part of the moment. However, there are still funny selfies that make you laugh out loud. Below are some of the worst and funny Selfie fails. From a tiny spider who turned a beautiful selfie into a horrific nightmare to people getting caught out by mirrors they forgot were there.

#2 I may see a better selfie of a man, a baby and a dog this month but i doubt it

#12 I took a selfie and saw myself 20 years in the future

#13 Little girl selfie gets photobombed by bear-like father

#15 That moment your camera focuses on a horse’s butt instead of your selfie

#16 Some friends took a picture and later realized that the people in the background were stuffing a baby in a cannon

#18 Aww my boyfriend is so sweet! sneaking in shower shots of me

#19 Buddy sent us a picture of his turf-burn. when you see it

#24 I had this on my refrigerator for 6 years before i noticed it

#29 All dressed up for a ke$ha themed birthday party and i couldn’t resist a car selfie

#38 Had a caption until the lady in the background nailed it for me

#42 Hate it when my girlfriend takes pictures of me sleeping

#46 That awkward moment when youre trying to take a selfie and a mother decides to beat her child with her sandal

#47 My friend climbed a mountain and took a selfie, was photo bombed by girlfriend taking selfie

#50 My friend got his tux in and sent me a pic. i had to bring it to his attention what was going on in the background

#52 My friend just posted the best selfie i’ve ever seen

#53 Check your background before you post that selfie

#60 On an amazon review. pay attention to your reflections

Written by Hannah Jade

I write and compose interesting stories, captivating beautiful moments in photos. I love walking alone in Rainy Nights without an Umbrella.

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