Cheese! The Optimum Time To Get A Good Party Picture Is 9:36 P.M.

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If you’re going out with your friends this holiday season you know you are going to upload a ton of pictures on social media. I bet a couple people will unfollow me on Instagram because of the plethora of pictures I plan to upload. I read an interesting article on Daily Mail about the best time to take a picture. I mean I want to take a picture at my prime time picture taking time. The best time to get a photo is 9:36 p.m. Why? “Research“ finds that the average party starts at 7 p.m. and dancing commences at 10 p.m. Partygoers arrive looking well-groomed but it takes them a couple of drinks to relax and “truly look their best,“ which typically occurs just after 9:30. (Um, okay.) By 10 p.m., they’re so inebriated that they start to squint, sweat and get messy. “Christmas partygoers should get their festive picture before they fall prey to drinking too much or being caught in unflattering poses,“ warns celebrity stylist Karl Willett.

Do you think there’s actually a good time to take a picture? How about I take one every 10 minutes and see which one looks the best! THAT’S not annoying or anything. Oh well, YOLO!

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