title You can take a photo on the plane.
And you can even take a pic of yourself in the seat next to you.
You can now, thanks to a clever trick by a young couple in their early twenties.
The parents of one of the passengers on a flight from Shanghai to Hong Kong took a photo of themselves in the same seat next the first person they bumped into.
That photo has been shared thousands of times on social media, and the photo is now one of many viral moments that will become increasingly important in the coming years.
It was one of those viral moments the couple, who didn’t want to be identified, shared with the internet.
It’s unclear what sparked the selfie.
The first person bumped into them in the row seat.
The second person sat next to them.
Both got up and went to get their cameras ready for their next flight.
But when they got back to the cabin, the first passenger didn’t turn on the camera.
The photo, taken by the parents of the first customer, is now shared hundreds of times daily, and has been used to raise awareness of the importance of selfies.
The parents of two passengers were in Shanghai to attend the Beijing Olympics, and their parents are now worried about their children’s safety.
In the photo, the parents can be seen taking a selfie with the first passengers they bumped in, while the second passenger is seen sitting next to the first.
They’re both smiling, and laughing, and in a couple of moments, they’re laughing as well.
“When I took that picture with my parents, I thought, ‘Oh, it looks like a normal selfie,'” the father of the second customer told Engadge.
“It’s really good.
But they’re so proud of it.”
The parents are upset that the photo was shared by their children, but not surprised.
“I’ve never had anything like this happen to me before,” said the father.
“When I first started doing the photos, I was like, ‘What if I just took a picture of my dad?
That would be cool.’
But I thought they’d never let me do that.”
The photo has since gone viral, and people have started to think of the photo as a cautionary tale.
“There are a lot of things you can do on the internet to help prevent this from happening to your kids,” the father said.
“I just hope that these people who are going through this now don’t let this happen.”
The couple is also hoping that the image of the two smiling passengers is enough to persuade the Chinese authorities to change their rules for selfies.