The term “Selfie” has been created to describe the popular act of taking self-portraits or photographs. “Selfies” are typically completed with a hand-held digital camera or camera phone held at arms length, and are most often associated with social networking and photo sharing services like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, where they are posted for the world to see.
We all do it… but sometimes maybe we shouldn’t.
But then again… your social network is yours so whatever you post is up to you… right?
Well recently, Geraldo Rivera was the brunt of several twitter jokes after deciding he was way too hot to pass up a bathroom “selfie”.
Appearing to have just completed his morning shower, Rivera tweeted a shirtless ‘selfie’ early Sunday morning to show off his 70 year old physique.
WARNING – don’t click (or scroll down) if you are easily offended by shirtless old men….
70 is the new 50 (Erica and family are going to be so pissed…but at my age…) pic.twitter.com/KU9IQhaF0w
— Geraldo Rivera (@GeraldoRivera) July 21, 2013
Rivera clearly thought he was hotter than fish grease and was totally feeling himself when he posed for his self-portrait. He has since deleted his tweet (and photo) but as you know, once you send it out you can’t take it back!
What do you think of Geraldo’s pic?
Would you hit? 😆
Is 70 the new 50 or is it just the same ol’ 70? …and how old is too old for shirtless “selfies”?