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Pooch Selfie Makes Dogs as Self-Absorbed as Their Masters

by Conner Flynn
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The Pooch Selfie is surely one of the signs of the apocalypse. Like the Selfie Spoon, it is a product that shows a society on the decline, and makes me want to run around freaking out, pulling out my hair. Why do YOU have to take selfies every day? Why does YOUR DOG have to do it now? Please make it all stop.

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So basically this thing is an attachment that holds a tennis ball above the camera so that your dog will look at it when you’re taking pictures of them. Naturally, it’s already funded on Kickstarter, as the mere mention of the word “selfie” these days seems to make people whip out their checkbooks.

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You can get one for $13 when they ship this December. Or you could, you know, actually play with your dog instead and make his life even better. Just a thought. Somehow I don’t think this will be the last selfie gadget we see. Though it should be.

[via Geekologie]

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