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This Is What Happens When You Take a Selfie Every Day For 8 Years

People like to talk a lot of smack about selfies — take these snarky baseball announcers, for instance. But one college student is making a case for taking selfies, and a ton of them at that. Twenty-year-old Hugo Cornellier took a photo of himself every day for eight (!!!) years, beginning when he was only 12, and compiled them into one incredible video.

Perfectly capturing his transformation from child to adult, Cornellier's collection of selfies is a bit indicative of the Oscar-winning film Boyhood . . . just way quicker and far less likely to make you cry. Give his eight-year-long project an appreciative watch, and you'll start to think of selfies in a whole new light. Might be time to invest in a selfie stick!

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