Selfies are a relatively new phenomenon . . . no one was really taking dozens of them with point-and-shoot cameras and film. But we’re making up for lost time.
According to Samsung, they’ve found the average person born after 1980 will take 25,000 selfies in their lifetime.
Assuming you started taking selfies in 2010 and based on the average life expectancy of 74 years, that’s 568 selfies a year, or around 1.5 selfies a day. Which . . . actually sounds pretty accurate.