12 Most Extreme Selfies

We have already seen here at Oddee how selfies can be funny or how can they even help solve crimes. Now take a look at this new trend, extreme selfies , for those who are not afraid of a little adventure while posing for a photo.

Taking the "sport" of extreme selfies to a new level, a young daredevil, known only as Christian, recorded himself being chased by enraged, rampaging bulls during a bull run in Baytown, Texas.

Christian was reportedly taking part in the Great Bull Run, held at the Royal Purple Raceway on January 25, 2014, when he decided to film the chase on his smartphone.

An onlooker uploaded a photo of Christian taking a selfie to Reddit under the title "selfie level 11 achieved," sarcastically indicating the "level" of danger involved in the stunt. It has already attracted more than 500 comments.

Meet photographer and daredevil Kirill Oreshkin, who just loves to take extreme selfies.

Oreshkin has a knack for taking insane selfies from extreme heights. He loves taking photos while hanging off tall buildings, walking on cable bridges, and even standing on a giant star on top of a building.

Skydiving selfie.

Extreme bike selfie with a photobomb. Two for the price of one.

And that, ladies and gentlemen, is how you take an extreme selfie – Swiss Air Force (Schweizer Luftwaffe) pilot's selfie (February 2013).

Some of the selfies on this list are part of the Selfie Olympics, a new teen trend that's taking over Instagram and Facebook. The premise is simple – take an insane selfie and make it better than anyone else's.

There are certain common elements we've noticed – bathroom and door selfies are a thing – but the creative options are endless.

Extreme and dumbest selfie ever – burning man.

Selfie with a great white shark. According to the photographer, it was taken in Guadalupe, 150 miles off the coast of Mexico.

Man survives plane crash and takes the most epic selfie.

This teen, posing for the Selfie Olympics, can brush her teeth while she takes a selfie with her toes.

Astronaut and Air Force Colonel Mike Hopkins strikes a rare pose as he helps repair the internation space station on December 24, 2013.

I don't know if this qualifies in the "extreme" category, but having a permanent tattoo of a selfie is quite bold.