As if we didn’t have enough effects of gravity to worry about, now there’s “tech neck.” No, it’s not that your neck is stiff from clamping your cellphone between your shoulder and your ear. It’s a wrinkle. Yes, a wrinkle caused from constantly looking down at your phone, iPad or other device.
We can’t frown or furrow our brow without getting wrinkles. Now we shouldn’t look down. I think the answer is to do everything in a prone position. Someone told me if you lie on your back and look in a mirror, you’ll see what you’d look like with a face lift. If that’s true, forget it. Yes, I did the mirror test, and now you will, too.
When you take a photo of yourself, a “selfie” (I really don’t like that word), or with two or more people, an “usie” (I like that one even less), remember to stretch that arm out as far as it will go and hold the phone or camera up so you have to look up. Just don’t tilt your head back, or you’ll have a photo of your nostrils.
The other day I accidentally hit the camera booth icon on my MacBook. I thought my laptop had been invaded by an alien. But no, there I was with about 16 chins. I still haven’t recovered.
I laughed all the way to the car.