Ok so you're getting ready for a night out on the town, the dress fits, your hair has come out surprisingly better than in rehearsals and your make-up is flawless. The girls haven't arrived yet, but you are proud of your masterpiece and want to capture this moment- Click! Done. That is one of the only acceptable scenarios for an upload of a selfie, unless you are a celebrity- and let's be real if you were you would have a 15-strong entourage of stylists, make-up artists and hair dressers on standby for this sort of thing. Here are a list of scenarios where it is unacceptable to indulge in a selfie and then inflict it or worst still them (multiple!) on friends and family on social media awaiting 'likes' and comments; in a changing room in a dress you did not buy, in a party or club- if you don't have the nerve to ask someone to take a pic of you, and no-one's offered it's either because you don't want to draw attention to the fact of how vain you are, or because no-one thinks you look all that great! Harsh- but true, and let's be honest if you are prepared to upload snaps of yourself in a mirror with a phone covering half of your face, taken discreetly from the unflattering angle of below the chin on London transport or just of your lips, cleavage or posterior Kim Kardashian-esque, you need to be open to a little constructive critique. Don't get me wrong we can all dabble every now and then in a little self-vanity in the confinements of our own home whilst blasting out Beyoncé and practicing our red carpet strut, but ALBUMS of sideways pics, too close, out of focus and with a freakishly large arm protruding from one corner, depicting someone all dressed up with clearly nowhere to go are all a bit cringe. But hey, if it makes you happy, you keep doing your thing, but please just keep your selfies to yourself.