We’ve all accumulated a load of junk that we don’t need anymore and desperately want to get rid of. But if these are items we spent our hard-earned cash on, we don’t want to throw them away without the prospect of getting some of that cash back into our pockets.
Luckily, thanks to the internet, selling your unwanted items is a cinch. We can turn to sites like Craigslist, Facebook, and eBay when we want to exchange our possessions for cash, and if we’re lucky, we’ll find ourselves an eager customer or two within hours.
The process is simple: you just take a photo of whatever it is you are selling and wait for potential buyers to take an interest.
But then again, what if the unwanted item you were selling happened to be a mirror? You would essentially have to take a mirror selfie in order to upload enticing snaps for these potential buyers and that’s what this article is all about.
If this sounds appealing, check out these ideas for mirror selfie poses:
Often, the end result is that the sellers, who are by included in the snaps, look like they are advertising themselves rather than the actual mirror! One Twitter user, @SilviuMajor, took note of this and decided to tweet this revelation to his followers.
And it turns out that lots of people agree as the tweet has so far been liked a whopping 373,000 times and shared 119,000 times.
Just looking at some of the photos, it appears that the mirror sellers of the internet have various ideas as to how to go about taking snaps of their unwanted reflective devices.