@Satiregram makes of fun of overused types of images with written descriptions of things like selfies and wistful landscapes.

Instagram turned three years old this month and with over 150 million users posting 40 million photos everyday, it is a bit difficult to post an original photo these days. And while we all know about the clichés, a new blog is actually calling out all those selfies and food porn shots.

Satiregram is an Instagram account that has no pictures of people or places, but rather written descriptions of the overused photo setups that show up on the photo sharing site.

Check out the gallery below to see some of the best satirical photos of our narcissistic, photo-obsessed oversharing culture.

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