Urban Dictionary says:
The great affliction of the modern world. The unintentional judgement by one person of another persons suitability as a friend, associate, or future lover based predominantly on their appearance.
So what if we take self-portraits in mirrors, phones, Apple computers or any other device I'm sadly unaware about -at least we have the confidence to do so. Vanity isn't a bad characteristic nor does it embody the word "emptiness" like some pessimistics try to prove. I believe it's having the persistent control of your thoughts which prove you are, in fact, worth something. Maybe if more people would have a fraction of self-discipline and dominance over their inner, doubtful minds, they would stop blaming others for their unattainable success and misfortune.
I do not pity you solely because you are a hazard to yourself.
Words from a random stranger (that you must take to heart):
"Wow. If I had a mirror that fancy, I'd look at myself each morning and give a little wink."
Michael Rublin, thank you for letting me feature your innocent picture on my blog, for you are my most recently fun friend in such a city of utter mayhem.