The internet never disappoints. Especially when it comes to starting weird trends. Selfies have been around for a while now. It seems like an epidemic that'll never cease to exist. Wherever you go, you'll bump into people pointing a camera at themselves, adjusting an angle, trying different expressions for that picture perfect Instagram-worthy shot.
While this holds true for humans in general, there are some who always take things up a notch. Like this guy.
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
While we all know the real king of self-fives is the great - Wait for it - Barney Stinson.
But Seth Schneider discovered a new way of making the world go crazy - A self-five or self-high-five selfie. All you need is a mirror, a phone and decent physical reflexes. Once the world took notice of this feat, social media was filled with attempts of clicking the perfect self-five selfie.
Some were pretty unique.
And not so far..
Hopefully, he caught the phone.
But this guy clearly planned it well.
It became such a rage that our man had to put a disclaimer on his Twitter handle.