5 More Selfie Rules Told By Our Pups For That Perfect Selfie!

5 More Selfie Rules Told By Our Pups For That Perfect Selfie!

Selfies are quickly climbing in popularity, and it’s not hard to see why! It’s like a self-portrait where you get to show your best sides, and in that way, taking selfies has sort of become an art.

There are loads of gorgeous selfies out there, and you want yours to stand out! Luckily, selfies are so commonplace that even pups know how to take them. Let these fur balls show you five ways to take awesome selfies!

1. Add some attitude to your pose.

Squint your eyes a little bit or where something extra cool to give your photo a wow factor. It’s even better if you manage to find a background that only adds to the coolness you’re putting on display. Dunno how to make yourself look cool? Well then…

2. Make use of props!

Find items to pose with that show off how fun your life is – even if you’re not 100% sure that’s true. Pups can use fancy new toys or pose by rushing rivers to show off their playful and adventurous sides. Take a leaf out of that book, or take it a step further and…

3. Take a selfie with a celebrity.

Bo Obama, the presidential pup, has this skill down, but you can catch up! Don’t be shy; celebs like selfies just as much as you do, and if you play your cards right, you might score an awesome photograph!

4. Make fun of yourself!

If you think selfies are cringey but still kind of want to take one, make fun of the idea by pulling a silly face. It makes you look like you’re too cool for this trend anyway!

5. If all else fails, take a selfie with a friend!

This is especially helpful if selfie make you feel a bit awkward. This way, you can laugh together with someone else and make great memories while learning the art of selfie-ing. Sounds like a win-win!

Thanks to these fur balls for teaching us some great selfie-taking skills! You can check out more of their tips here! Till next time, give this a like and share it around – you know you want to!

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