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You may never use the word 'selfie' again

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It was a "hot topic," all right.

On Monday's The View, talk turned to "self-love." And as things often go with sex, one thing led to another.

In talking about getting older, Barbara Walters, 84, told Whoopi Goldberg, Jenny McCarthy, Sherri Shepherd and guest host Ross Mathews, "I was very happy at 65, I liked it more than 66. That's enough isn't it?"

"Do you have more confidence and more self-love?" McCarthy asked.

"Self-love?"

Shepherd jumped in.

"You know, self-love, Barbara," Shepherd said suggestively. "Friday night self-love!"

Whoopi then chimed in and said, "You start talking about that vibrator of yours again, I can't handle it!"

Then Walters offered, "You know what it's called? A selfie!" And she threw up her hands with a smile.

"The name of Barbara's vibrator is 'selfie,'" Goldberg reiterated. "Fantastic."

The term selfie just got a whole new meaning.

-- USA Today

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition February 19, 2014 D2

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