Tuesday, September 1, 2015

The #YOLO generation has outdone itself with 'Selfies at Funerals'

If Justin Bieber's Twitter feed and Dana's angsty tantrums on Homeland didn't already make you want to light yourself on fire, a new Tumblr will certainly push you over the edge. As difficult as it may be to believe, "Selfies at Funerals," is an actual thing that exists.

The #YOLO generation has outdone itself with 'Selfies at Funerals'

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If Justin Bieber's Twitter feed and Dana's angsty tantrums on Homeland didn't already make you want to light yourself on fire, a new Tumblr will certainly push you over the edge. As difficult as it may be to believe,  "Selfies at Funerals," is an actual thing that exists.

It's a Tumblr from the mind of Fast Company senior editor Jason Feifer that revolves around—get this—people taking selfies at funerals.

Seriously, though, take a look. The images are as horrifying as you'd imagine.

Ugh. Grab someone you love and hold 'em close because the end is nigh, people. The end is nigh. [Selfies at Funerals]

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