Whip out your phone, turn on the camera, and stand in front of a mirror. Now, tap the shutter button and immediately throw your phone into the air. If you do it right, you should end up with a blurry selfie featuring a levitating phone.
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What exactly is even going on here? She better get out of there fast! TC Universe. Have you ever seen anything so happy and creepy at the same time? What is anyone supposed to think about such a conflicting photo? Our Sogo. Those dolls in the corner are about two seconds away from spinning their heads around and saying something eerie. Nova Ian.
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Earlier this year, psychologists found robust cross-cultural evidence linking social media use to body image concerns, dieting, body surveillance, a drive for thinness and self-objectification in adolescents. Visual platforms like Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat deliver the tools that allow teens to earn approval for their appearance and compare themselves to others. The most vulnerable users, researchers say, are the ones who spend most of their time posting, commenting on and comparing themselves to photos.