Can you do this? People are tweeting when they succeed, and when they fail. MOST HAVE FAILED! This hit Reddit’s frontage in just two hours!
Many thought it could never happen, but the history books have a new accomplishment. It happened on October 8th, 2016.
Seth Schneider accomplished what many before have tried. So many have failed at trying to snap a selfie, while high-fiving themselves, without using any device, like a tripod. to make it happen.
Planet Earth is impressed at Seth’s physics-defying feat. His blurry high-five selfie was retweeted almost 50,000 times immediately, and the numbers continue to climb.
Take a look at Schneider’s history-making accomplishment:
Today is the proudest day of my life. I successfully took a picture of me high fiving myself pic.twitter.com/tCZ53T5JSx
— Seth Schneider (@TOSUBUCK) October 8, 2016
It took only two hours for this image to hit Reddit’s frontage on Sunday. People love a challenge, and if the challenge involves technology and selfies, it has a chance at world domination.
No question, many view Seth Schneider as an inspiration!
my teacher: where do you see yourself in 5 years?
— yaz ♡ (@aIwaysmichael) October 9, 2016
One major question: Does cell phone insurance cover mishaps related to this?
— Amir Khan (@Amir6064) October 9, 2016
More and more people are getting involved.
— spooky micae? (@DaddyMicaela) October 9, 2016
— Angel Perez (@AngelitPerez_) October 9, 2016
— The Engineer (@LeoBoghozian) October 9, 2016
— kenzie delaney (@kenzie_ann8) October 9, 2016
— Ralph (@ralph4234) October 9, 2016
Great point! Even if one succeeds at snapping an incredible selfie, they need to plan ahead. Either be fast enough to catch your falling phone, or place a pillow or foam beneath it.
Are you up to the challenge? Stand up, and give it a shot!
Just make sure you are ready to live with the consequences!
H/T TO: [MASHABLE]