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Girl shares hilarious ‘chinning’ selfies as a response to those perfect Instagram photos

(Photos via @chinventures)

Don’t get us wrong, we absolutely love Instagram but as research has shown, it has a pretty bad influence on our mental health. We can understand why, because perfection is a common theme among the Instagrammers. The 21-year-old Michelle Liu is here to show us that those pretty perfect Instagram posts shouldn’t be the standard. Instead, you should feel like you can show some more of your ‘real self’ on the platform. Michelle is doing exactly that by ‘chinning’.

Q: Why was a rooster the first to cross the bridge? A: Because it was a good luck charm for the builder 🐓

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Chinning is basically the exact opposite of the duckface. Together with her chinning, Michelle travels all over the world and shares her hilarious photos on Instagram. Because the social media platform can certainly use some counter perfection. Happy chinning!

Make sure to check out chinventures on Instagram.

I canal’t believe this place is so DAM lit 🚲

Een bericht gedeeld door Michelle Liu • Chinchelle (@chinventures) op

Can the London Eye see me chinning from afar?

Een bericht gedeeld door Michelle Liu • Chinchelle (@chinventures) op

Bootiful new friendsies in Bootypest 🇭🇺🇺🇸🇬🇧🇦🇺

Een bericht gedeeld door Michelle Liu • Chinchelle (@chinventures) op

Lemme take a #chinfie in bootypest 🌞

Een bericht gedeeld door Michelle Liu • Chinchelle (@chinventures) op

This place should be on everyone’s czechlist ✔️✔️

Een bericht gedeeld door Michelle Liu • Chinchelle (@chinventures) op

I don’t know about you… but Eiffel in love with this city for sure 😍 Happy #bastille day friends!

Een bericht gedeeld door Michelle Liu • Chinchelle (@chinventures) op

Fun fact: Apparently my great-uncle was one of Chairman Mao’s personal guards 😮

Een bericht gedeeld door Michelle Liu • Chinchelle (@chinventures) op

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