Selfie Quotes

Quotes tagged as "selfie" (showing 1-30 of 34)
“In the last 10 years, we have seen a rise in selfishness: selfies, self-absorbed people, superficiality, self-degradation, apathy, and self-destruction. So I challenge all of you to take initiative to change this programming. Instead of celebrating the ego, let's flip the script and celebrate the heart. Let's put the ego and celebrity culture to sleep, and awaken the conscience. This is the battle we must all fight together to win back our humanity. To save our future and our children.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

Anamika Mishra
“A good selfie is when you successfully capture the feeling of that very moment!”
Anamika Mishra

“Beware of those who are too focused with polishing and beautifying their outer shells. They lack true substance to understand that genuine beauty is reflected from the heart that resides inside.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

Crestless Wave
“Ever wondered why front camera of cellphones makes people look better while the rear camera makes them look how they are?
Because when you click picture using front camera, you see yourself on screen, and that's how you should look at yourself, a better version of yourself.
Whereas, the rear camera shows how other's see you. With your flaws and qualities. No added layer to hide or enhance your ownself. This is how you should learn to overcome your flaws and better your qualities.”
Crestless Wave

Brenna Ehrlich
“Selfies are disgusting.”
Brenna Ehrlich, Placid Girl

Amit Kalantri
“With the selfies, a photographer has finally found his place in a photograph.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

Amit Kalantri
“A selfie has more face and fewer feelings.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

Rebecca McNutt
“If I hear the phrase "selfie" one more time, I'll have to enroll myself in anger management classes.”
Rebecca McNutt

“Be the woman who falls so deeply in love with herself that nothing can stop her from loving all of life!”
Erin Fall Haskell

Chloe Thurlow
“A selfie has nothing to do with ego. It is a constant search for perfection.”
Chloe Thurlow, Katie in Love

Munia Khan
“A selfie is nothing more than just an external reflection of yourself”
Munia Khan

Byung-Chul Han
“El primer plano hace que el cuerpo aparezca en su conjunto de forma pornográfica. Lo despoja del lenguaje. Lo pornográfico es que al cuerpo lo despojen de su lenguaje. Las partes del cuerpo filmadas en primer plano surten el efecto de parecer órganos sexuales: "El primer plano de una cara es tan obsceno como el de un sexo. Es un sexo. Cualquier imagen, cualquier forma, cualquier parte del cuerpo vista de cerca es un sexo."

En el primer plano del rostro se difumina por completo el trasfondo. Conduce a una pérdida del mundo. La estética del primer plano refleja una sociedad que se ha convertido ella misma en una sociedad del primer plano. El rostro da la impresión de haber quedado atrapado en sí mismo, volviéndose autorreferencial. Ya no es un rostro que contenga mundo, es decir, ya no es expresivo. El selfie es, exactamente, este rostro vacío e inexpresivo. La adicción al selfie remite al vacío interior del yo. 

Hoy, el yo es muy pobre en cuanto a formas de expresión estables con las que pudiera identificarse y que le otorgaran una identidad firme. Hoy nada tiene consistencia. Esta inconsistencia repercute también en el yo, desestabilizándolo y volviéndolo inseguro. Precisamente esta inseguridad, este miedo por sí mismo, conduce a la adicción al selfie, a una marcha en vacío del yo, que nunca encuentra sosiego. En vista del vacío interior, el sujeto del selfie trata en vano de producirse a sí mismo. El selfie es el sí mismo en formas vacías. Estas reproducen el vacío. Lo que genera la adicción al selfie no es un autoenamoramiento o una vanidad narcisistas, sino un vacío interior.
Byung-Chul Han, La salvación de lo bello

“You know, When does a girl asks you for a selfie ?

When she got the solution to the biggest mathematical equation of this Society.”
Balakoteswara Panchakshari

David Chiles
“It didn't happen without a selfie. It's good Netiquette to take safe pictures of thy self at events. NetworkEtiquette.net”
David Chiles

Félix Romeo
“Una vez cogí la pistola y me la puse en la cabeza. En la mano izquierda llevaba una aguja de hacer jersey con la que tenía que pulsar el botón de la polaroid para que me hiciera una foto apuntándome a la cabeza.”
Félix Romeo, Dibujos animados

Ljupka Cvetanova
“Selfie-centered person!”
Ljupka Cvetanova, The New Land

“If the future historians were to digitally unearth our generation, they would decipher the facial expressions on the "Selfie's" as the generation of people suffering from wide spread constipation!”
Vishwanath S J

Donna Lynn Hope
“First bathrooms, now cars. At least people are wearing their seat belts.”
Donna Lynn Hope

Melissa McClone
“Do I look like someone who would make a duck face or do a fish gape?”
Melissa McClone, The Valentine Quest

Munia Khan
“In a world of selfie-addiction smile usually is the brand name for an essential drug called pretense”
Munia Khan

Amit Chaudhuri
“I ... take a selfie with him; two, to be safe. My lips are parted, as if I'm poking a dead thing to see if it'll come to life; it's the phone I'm attempting to keep at a distance. He's smiling faintly, as if amuse by some exotic piece of wildlife.”
Amit Chaudhuri, Friend of My Youth
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“My mobile phone is just an extension of my soul.”
Anthony T. Hincks

Aysha Taryam
“Too much of a good thing is toxic”
Aysha Taryam

Danika Stone
“Ready for a selfie, m'lady?”
Danika Stone, All the Feels

Don Tassone
“He tried to look out the window. But the rain was coming down hard. Now he couldn’t even see the lights of the boats in the harbor. He could see only his own reflection.
He was tempted to look away. But he didn’t. Instead, he looked deeply into his own face. There he saw the faces of Jean, Ashley and Josh; of his mother and father; of David and Susan; of Lou, Jennifer and Phil; of the waitress in Chicago and the little girl in Cleveland; of Marian and Paul; of priests and nuns; of the men with clipboards at Little League tryouts.
In his own face, Nick saw the face of every person he had ever known. They were all there. Every one.
There is no such thing as a selfie, he thought.
At last, he had begun to see the truth.”
Don Tassone, Drive

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