The Selfie Drinking Game

27 Feb

At some point everyone considers cleaning out their Facebook friend list.  Too many instances of “what the hell am I looking at?” and “is this real life?” make the unfriend button look incredibly appealing.  But it’s hard to follow through– what if you miss out on something or need that person at some point?

It turns out, you do— because nothing is guaranteed to get you schwastey faced like The Selfie Drinking Game.  Setup is minimal: All you need is access to your Facebook and copious amounts of alcohol.


These are your run-of-the-mill selfies that get uploaded by the same people every hour, on the hour.

“Mirror Selfie”


“Duck Face Selfie”

"Duck Face Selfie"


These are people’s sad attempts to deny reality and deceive others as to the true desperation of their existence.

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5 Responses to “The Selfie Drinking Game”

  1. rayworth1973 February 27, 2014 at 9:53 PM #

    I’m always very careful for whatever I say or show on the net, especially Facebook. Keep in mind that site is a goldmine for the Chinese Army and every whackadoodle in the universe. I see dumb shit like this all the time. It’s not paranoia but common sense.

    • Christopher De Voss February 27, 2014 at 9:54 PM #

      Absolutely…people don’t realize how much they are putting themselves out there.

  2. Word Journeyer March 2, 2014 at 9:45 PM #

    No, it is largely paranoia – being careful putting too much (beyond bank details, phone numbers and addresses) out in public forums on the Net. The activities of your average person online might not be as insignificant as a drop in the ocean, but I think a whisper at a music festival is an apt analogy. When it comes to selfies, you need only fear this: that people are likely to view you as narcissistic.

    • Christopher De Voss March 3, 2014 at 12:03 AM #

      Which is what the internet is all about anymore…

      • Word Journeyer March 3, 2014 at 12:09 AM #

        Indeed. But if you’ve got not much to lose then it’s worth expressing yourself. Words will always carry more significance than pictures, but the latter will always gain more online attention, unfortunately.

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