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Summer's Most Overused Selfie Is Parodied

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A tumblr user creates a parody blog to make fun of summer's most over-used selfie.

If you check out most photo blogs, 99.9% of the time you will come across the shot of two legs in front of a pool or on the beach.    

Now, this parody blog replaces those legs with some sweaty, smooth hot dogs.  The anonymous user posts two hot dogs instead of real limbs to leave viewers wondering just what they're seeing.    

The photo blog started in July and has quickly caught on.

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