In a poll of 2,000 young people carried out by mobile network Three, 68 percent of them said selfies were "annoying" and "vain."
But it doesn't stop there — people have admitted culling their Facebook friends if they're posting too many holiday selfies.
However, it's not just weary social media users targeted for a poll by a cell phone provider who are sick of selfies. Some music and sports venues in London have clamped down on the selfie trend. Wimbledon imposed an outright ban on selfie-sticks at this year's tennis tournament.
The poll is all part of a campaign by Three to encourage people to take "fronties" not "selfies," switching the camera lens back to what's in front of their eyes — not behind them.
"We hope that in line with the feedback frp, the great British public, people start turning the camera around and taking fronties instead of selfies," Tom Malleschitz a spokesman for Three said.