PSA Parody Wants To Warn You About The Dangers Of A New "Selfie" Trend
May 24, 2015
The new PSA is created by Shareability, a creative firm from Los Angeles and aims to help those who suffer from a fake disease known as "selfie stick abuse." Even though the PSA might be fake, the growing popularity of the selfie stick is very real and many have found the humor in poking fun at its existence.
To keep up with growing cultural phenomenon of the selfie, many have turned to the newly popular selfie sticks which allow self-taken pictures to be shot from farther away with the help of an extendable rod. However, a new PSA sponsored by Pizza Hut is out to prove that those selfie sticks might be doing more than just adding to your Facebook likes.