Hysterical Dad Recreates His Teen Daughter’s Selfies To Teach Her A Lesson

by Ann-Sophie Kaemmerle
Native New Yorker, University of Virginia graduate, runner, and sometimes stand-up performer.

Nowadays, it’s common to see teens post selfies on their social media accounts like Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.

The trend has quickly spread, and now it seems like everyone is posting photos of themselves (even police officers) to show off their looks — and it doesn’t seem like it’s going anywhere anytime soon.

In itself, the selfie is perfectly harmless when captured in a tasteful manner. But there’s a fear that some parents have: what if their kids take the trend a little too far? The parents of teenage girls may feel a little antsy, for example, when their daughters start posting photos of themselves that they deem a little too racy.

But one dad has perhaps found the perfect answer to this slight problem. Chris Martin, who lives in Spokane, WA, is now an internet celebrity because of the humorous way he tried to make his daughter “tone down” her sexy online photos. The concerned dad created an Instagram account, and recreated his daughter Cassie’s racy selfies. He posed like her, wore the same or similar clothes, and even made the same silly facial expressions. But wait until you see the pictures — they’re absolutely hilarious!

Chris “Burr” Martin wasn’t very amused by his teen daughter’s ‘sexy’ selfies.

Of course, it’s every dad’s nightmare to see their little girl blossom into a woman, but he thought Cassie was taking it too far!

The father decided to poke fun at his daughter, teaching her what she really looks like — almost to show her how silly she looks, in hopes that she would stop!

He expertly recreates her makeup, poses, and choice in attire in his hilarious photos.

Of course, Cassie was mortified. However, she hasn’t stopped posting her ‘sexy’ selfies online, leaving her father’s fans in for new, fun images!

Please SHARE if you think this dad found the perfect way to show his daughter who’s boss!

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