But first, let me take 90 selfies!
A group of selfie-obsessed Arizona sorority girls were shamed
at a baseball game by two MLB announcers for snapping photos of
themselves for at least two minutes straight.
About a dozen unsuspecting Alpha Chi Omega sorority girls were
caught on camera putting on their best duck faces as they posed
with hot dogs, churros, and just about anything near them.
"Oh, hold on! Take a selfie with a hot dog. Selfie with a
churro. Selfie just of a selfie!" one announcer teases.
The friends were enjoying the Arizona Diamondbacks-Colorado
Rockies game at Chase Field Wednesday night. TV broadcasters
Steve Berthiaume and Bob Brenly were behind the mic.
A camera pans to the group during the bottom of the fourth
inning. More than half of them can be seen taking selfies
instead of watching the game.
"Do you have to make faces when you take selfies?" one
"Wait, one more now. Better angle. Oh, check it. Did that come
out OK?" the other says. "Here's my first bite of the churro.
Here's my second bite of the churro."
Yep, we got the experts themselves to
take a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/selfie?src=hash">#selfie
on our -at-Snapchat!
(Username: dbacks) pic.twitter.com/2jIS2uqYoC
— Arizona Diamondbacks (-at-Dbacks) href="https://twitter.com/Dbacks/status/649429900248510464">October
"That's the best one of the 365 pictures I've taken of myself
today!" the first announcer chimes back in.
The pair of announcers pokes fun at the youngsters during the
two-minute clip that has gone viral.
"Every girl in the picture is locked into her phone," one of
them says. "Every single one is dialed in. They're all just
completely transfixed by the technology."
The two jokingly call for an intervention before one of them
makes a final desperate plead to society.
Check us out on the href="https://twitter.com/Dbacks">-at-Dbacks snapchat!
We're having so much fun at our sisterhood tonight! href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/asuaxo?src=hash">#asuaxo
— Alpha Chi Omega ASU (-at-asu_axo) href="https://twitter.com/asu_axo/status/649430027876995072">October
"Help us, please! Somebody help us!" he said.
The sorority girls took the teasing in stride, posting a huge
group selfie on their own Twitter page and the Diamondbacks'.
"We're having so much fun at our sisterhood tonight!" they