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High-five selfie is the latest viral craze

By: Keri Lumm, Buzz60 Twitter user Seth Schneider has set the internet on fire with this high five selfie and now everybody is doing it. He shared the now viral photo and wrote, "Today is the proudest day of my life. I successfully took a picture of me high fiving myself." The tweet got over a hundred and sixty thousand retweets in a day. And now everyone is trying it and also sharing pictures of their own attempts at high fiving themselves.
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