How Not to Take a BAD Selfie

WHAT WE’VE BEEN UP TO:

There has been a lot of discussion among cats about how to take a good selfie. Some of the advice is bad, some of the advice is horrible. We just happen to be selfie experts, so here is some really good advice on how to take a good selfie. (Or at least not to take a BAD selfie.)

Common mistake #1: THE BUTT SELFIE!

Example:

selfie-sasha-butt-

What went wrong?!?

Well, the problem here was that Sasha had her butt facing the camera when she took the picture with the selfiestick.

sasha-butt-2But the good thing is that I have the most gorgeous butt in the world!  

Common mistake #2: THE LOOKING AWAY SELFIE!

Example:

selfie-lola

What went wrong?!?

Well, the problem here was that Lola was looking away when she took the picture- that’s what went wrong!

lola-2

It is a good thing that I don’t have a bad side and that I do have the most elegant neck in the universe!

Now I will present to you the perfect selfie:

Lola_bad_selfie

What went totally right?!?

#1: I love the angle.

#2:I love how my eyes pop!

#3: I just love how my white teeth are shown off!

Yes, it is really great that you can see the inside of your nose. But Sasha, that’s the best part!

FUN FACT:

The amount of socialization a kitten has with people while it is between 2 and 7 months old will determine how good selfies it will take when it gets older.- Just kidding, here is the real fun fact:

The amount of socialization a kitten has with people while it is between 2 and 7 months old will determine how well it will interact with people later in life.

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5 thoughts on “How Not to Take a BAD Selfie

  1. Narcissus was a young man from the Greece mythology who fell in love with his own mirror image.Lola and Sasha… Maybe you are wonderful candidates next in line. Anyway I have come up with two sweet nicknames for each of you: Narcissmis😺 or Narcissmus😻 Love Mette

    OUR REPLY:
    Very clever! And thanks for the mythology lesson too. XXOO Narcissmis & Narcissmus!!

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