Jen Selter, inventor of the "belfie," also known as the butt selfie, has graced the pages of Vanity Fair and the New York Post, thanks to her round derriere. She also has more than 380,000 followers on Twitter, where she dispenses wisdom every few hours. Here's what we know about Selter from her Twitter feed: She hates negativity; doesn't trust many people; and loves music, working out and yoga pants — and informing her followers when it's a beautiful day in New York. Here are 10 of our favorite tweets from Selter:
Not everyone around you is your friend — Jen Selter (@JenSelter) March 4, 2014
Really? So that person who gave us a copy of "The Watchtower" is not our friend? Oh, darn. Selter, giving us real talk.
Jen Selter posted a before and after photo of her booty to Instagram. Credit: Instagram / Jen Selter
Results don't happen overnight. Keep going! — Jen Selter (@JenSelter) February 28, 2014
Judging from the before and after photo she posted on Instagram, we have to give this one to Jen. We're not sure if we believe her booty just comes from working out though — ever heard of good genes?
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Since sex became easier to get, love became harder to find — Jen Selter (@JenSelter) March 6, 2014
Not so fast, Miss Selter! Is love really harder to find in the 21st century? We think any of these men would be happy to date you.
i love a boy’s sleepy voice — Jen Selter (@JenSelter) March 7, 2014
"I love a boy's sleepy voice"? Like, a little boy waking up? A boy you are dating? Are you hiding under a boy's bed listening to his voice? This tweet is cryptic, creepy and classic Selter.
Jen Selter was featured in a People Magazine article on teenage plastic surgery. Credit: People Magazine
Keep your negative opinions to yourself — Jen Selter (@JenSelter) March 14, 2014
We know who you're talking to, Jen. You see, Selter was bullied in high school for having a big schnoz, as reported by People magazine. Selter got a nose job and did some squats and later became the belfie queen of the world. Haters, back off.
Well, this tweet got 373 retweets and 577 favorites, so it's safe to say you are not getting ignored, Jen Selter.
Credit: Instagram / Jen Selter
For every good selfie there are 20 failed ones — Jen Selter (@JenSelter) February 28, 2014
But what about belfies, Jen? How many failed belfies must we take to get one good one? Honestly, this is actually kind of a nice tweet — she's letting her fans know that not even her selfies are all flawless.