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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On June - 23 - 2017
Why selfie stick can be so dangerous

Why selfie stick can be so dangerous

Recently pizza hut restaurant released a campaign video and unique promotion on SELFIE. In the video, pizza hut gives a warning to masses about the danger of the use of SELFIE STICK.

According to them, this stick can put yourself and other people surrounding you in danger. Funnily, they also insert a promotion scene that shows how the existence of SELFIE STICK can make people ignore pizza. Read the rest of this entry »

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