When a selfie gets a thumbs up, it’s not a selfie at all

The latest selfie trend is a selfie with a thumbs-up sign, but it’s nothing like what you’d expect.

The photo above shows a selfie that’s been cropped to the left of the camera.

It’s not the photo you’d think.

Here’s what it looks like when it’s a selfie, when the thumbs-down is in place and when the camera is zoomed in.

What you can see is the thumbs in the top left and the camera’s lens is looking down at the ground.

This is the selfie you get when you snap a selfie without the thumbs up sign.

But, the selfie is not the selfie we all expected.

The selfie is the face that’s smiling, because the camera zooms in.

When you see this picture in the Google News app, you’re likely to think it’s the selfie.

You may even think that the photo is the same as the photo above, but when you zoom in on the selfie, the thumbs are nowhere to be seen.

Why?

The camera zoomed out to reveal a selfie.

If you don’t know what the selfie looks like, you can take a look at the image below.

If that’s not enough, you’ll see that there are no thumbs.

You can see the thumbs appear, but they’re invisible.

How do we know this?

The thumbs were visible when the selfie was taken, but not when it was zoomed-in.

Google has been teasing this selfie trend with the thumbs, but there’s not much explanation.

The fact that there’s no thumbs at all suggests that it’s just a selfie effect.

It could be that the thumbs were added as part of a trick to trick people into thinking the selfie effect is real, or that it was a clever trick to make people think that it is.

Either way, it seems to have happened, but Google has failed to explain why.