My Fellow Millennials, Stop Taking So Many #Selfies and Start Viewing the World Around You - A Whittle Bit of Commentary 10/7/15

A Whittle Bit of Commentary with Chad Whittle

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I’m not old, I’m 29, but sometimes I feel as if I’m old because I don’t see the point in taking constant photos of myself every day of my life. When I’m around others my age, doesn’t matter where, half of them spend half of their day taking selfies of themselves to post to SnapChat or wherever, and it’s starting to get on my nerves. We all take photos of special events in our lives if we are on a trip or graduate, which is fine, but taking a photo of yourself in class, or driving, or walking or eating, is too much and it’s uncalled for. Not everything in your life is a big event that needs to be documented. I see Millennials and they’re so busy looking into their phones taking a photo of themselves they don’t even know where they’re walking, or what’s in front of them. I believe my generation will look back one day and realized they’ve missed a lot of the world around them. There is a popular meme that sums it up. It shows a Millennial with the caption “never has a generation document itself so much achieving so little. I’m Chad Whittle on A Whittle Bit of Commentary.

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Posted on October 6, 2015 .