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As newborn babies enter a society that is increasingly wired and dependent on digital communication, their exposure to such electronic marvels is happening earlier and earlier.
YouTube user “wosd’s channel” discovered a remarkable example of this technological revolution when he found a video on his phone that showed his 2-year-old daughter Lyla—who likely hasn’t even been potty-trained yet—learning how to take a selfie.
While Lyla’s selfie skills are no doubt commendable, she has a lot to learn about the horror of vertical video.
It’s only a matter of time before we see unborn fetuses perform their own selfies, putting sonogram technicians all over the world out of work.
Photo via Jenny Downing/Flickr (CC BY 2.0)
Mike Fenn is a former contributor to the Daily Dot whose beats included Reddit, YouTube, and all things WTF. His work has also appeared in Forbes and News.com.au.