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selfie

A picture taken of oneself by oneself, typically on a smartphone. My little sister is always taking selfies of herself and her friends.
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Kalki Koechlin and Huma Qureshi posed for a smiling selfie only to brush aside rumours that Huma was responsible for Kalki's separation with hubby, filmmaker Anurag Kashyap.
All the rage at the moment, the selfie is surprisingly nothing new.
Sociologist Dr Rima Sibban looks at the selfie trend as a 'fun thing'.
And Richard Cardus, 57, former Cardiff RFC player between 1986 and 1990, and ex-England international, uploaded his make-up selfie on Friday after his daughters encouraged him to do so.
Anna Easton, programme director of BT Connected Society, said: "We will be judging the Silver Selfie competition on creativity, setting and in some cases, humour for the chance to win two great prizes.
In December 2012, Time magazine noted that selfie was among its oetop 10 buzzwords Ci of 2012.
There is a whole craze of having a selfie taken in a car and wearing your seatbelt I've even take a shot like that too.
Will my Bollywood selfie beat @TheEllenShow Hollywood selfie at the Oscars?
The 27-year-old was trespassing in the park after drinking and attempted to snap a selfie with an elephant.
With its ZenFone 4 Selfie series, Asus is taking a direct shot at Oppo, Vivo and Gionee's selfie-centric camera smartphones .
The recently launched OPPO F3 Gold is the second in line dual selfie camera Selfie Expert after the F3 Plus.
The Wide Selfie function gives a 103A; view and allows to get more people and landscape into pictures - even with the front camera.
To Develop Akoya Selfie, a collection of three-bedroom villas located in the golf community at Akoya Oxygen master development.
Sandra Martin from Gogglebox is charging fans PS1 for a selfie.
risk your neck climbing a skyscraper then take a selfie at the top.