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We all have bad days from time to time but sometimes they are difficult to put into words. Sure, you can tell your friends that you woke up with a bad headache and the cat had thrown up in the kitchen and you missed the train to work but it does seem like a bit of a whinge when you see that on your favorite social network first thing in the morning. As the old saying goes...a picture tells a thousand words. Hellfie is a photo sharing app that turns into a social network for those moments when only a picture can truly convey what a dreadful day you've been having.
The Oxford Dictionary's word of the year last year was 'selfie.' For those of you who have been living under a rock and are not in the know, a selfie is a self-taken photo that tends to get shared on social networks. Most are happy smiling shots that show off the happiness in our lives but occasionally you'll find a few not-so-happy efforts that are taken when the day turns hellish and you want to share your emotions with the rest of the world. Hellfie is a photo -sharing app for those of us that want to share pictures of our hellish day...with a fair bit of humor thrown in. Hellfies differ from selfies in that the user doesn't necessarily have to be in the picture. It can be anything you like but should represent the downright awfulness of the moment. Once your picture displays a hellish moment it becomes a certified Hellfie. Hellfie operates like your standard Facebook or Twitter feed. Unlimited pictures are uploaded to the app's feed in real time and can be viewed, liked or commented on by your fellow followers.
Hellfie is a fun and entertaining app that gives you a chance to let off steam and have a laugh at your hellish day. It's easy to use and there is not much that can go wrong anyway - you just have to take a photo that represents that moment and upload it and let the hilarity begin. You can be sure that your our Hellfie followers will pass on their condolences ... and then snigger behind your back. Your photos can be instantly shared with Facebook or sent directly to friends and you can interact with them as they fire off barbed and witty comments to make you laugh at yourself. If 2013 was the year of the Selfie, maybe it's time to think of Hellfie as the 2014 equivalent. Have a better day!