Think there's Just One Type of Selfie? Boy, Are You Wrong! (Infographic)
Article by George Norman
On 20 May 2016
Nothing stays the same. Things change and evolve over time, including selfies. There may have been a time when there was just a single, unique type of selfie, but not anymore.

As the infographic below shows, there are tons of selfie categories and subcategories, like delfies, and belfies, and felfies, and plenty more.

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The numbder underneath each selfie category refers to the number of times the selfie has been hashtagged on Instagram.



Via MyBreast.




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