If I had ever heard it used before right now, I suppose I'd be with you.
I only ran into the term this morning. But yes, it's awful.
First I've heard of it. I think Matt just made this word up and he's trying to spread it for some unexplained, yet obviously evil, reason.
The word competes with the act for my annoyance's focus.
Nothing is less flattering than a picture I try to take of myself with my iPad. So yes, I've heard the term, and no, I will not be partaking in any selfie-ing. I'll leave that to the youngsters.
One of my students used it today, and no, you are not alone. I loathe it as well.
On my list of annoyances, I find people who post pictures of themselves slightly less annoying than people who post pictures of their food -- especially people who try to make their food look arty. But it's real close.
I like posting pictures of myself sometimes because I'm my most willing subject. But also because sometimes it captures a mood or moment - picture/thousandwords/blahblah.But I swear I've never done "duck lips."
I am aware of this usage, but have remained insulated from it to such a degree that it has never bothered me. Dividends of advancing age and a reclusive nature, I suppose.
In that regard, it seems a perfectly cromulent descriptor.
I like pictures of food, as long as people aren't using flash.
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