- •The comparison fallacyThought up by @losercee. It is the failure to recognize that none of the selfies that you just took are to your standard, due to your preoccupation with comparing them to each other.
- •The "good enough selfie"Irrational belief that there is a hierarchy within near-identical selfies when narrowing down which to post, in reality all narrowed down options are "good enough" to post.
- •Occam's selfieWhen choosing what edits to put on a selfie and it is equally good with or without the edit, always choose the simplest decision (i.e. no edit).
- •The "spam principle"Belief that if you spam the camera button for long enough, at least one adequate selfie will emerge.
- •Choice exhaustionSpending too much effort narrowing down your best option will lead you to get lazy and wonder why you are doing this in the first place.
- •The "miracle fate selfie"When the first selfie you take is so top tier that you wonder if you will ever be able to replicate such greatness. Coined by @ellakissedafella
- •Anyways here's the selfie that inspired this list