Yes, selfies have officially become so ubiquitous that "selfie" is Oxford English Dictionary's word of the year. But maybe, just maybe, we're getting a little too comfortable with snapping pictures of ourselves as we go through our day.
Case in point: On Tuesday, a woman in New York found occasion for a selfie when she witnessed a man attempting to commit suicide by jumping off the
The woman, who declined to give her name, isn't the first to be selfie-shamed. There's a whole Tumblr for that. "Selfies at Serious Places" features people who thought it would be appropriate not only to take selfies at places like Auschwitz and Chernobyl but also to post the pictures to social media – with hashtags such as #selfie and #hungover.
Of course, the woman on the Post's cover isn't the only target of criticism. The paper itself doesn't exactly have a clean record when it comes to being tasteful.
So what's your take? Are we getting too comfortable with selfies? Do those with poor taste deserve to be shamed in the media? Tweet me your thoughts: @lauraelizdavis.