therealburrmartin recently shared some parody pictures of his daughter to social media, and everyone's going wild. Here's why...

Found another photo my daughter took the other day. #dadbod #dadselfie

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It started off as the elder Martin trying to do the impossible: keep his kid from posting "sexy selfies."

Now the counter-selfies have become an ongoing back-and-forth between father and daughter.

His willingness to go the extra mile is what makes his trolling particularly noteworthy.

But at the Martin household, no one is immune from selfie trolling, including his son.

Happy birthday to my boy @

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Naturally, the family has gone viral.

This is crazy. #myfatherharassesmeonsocialmedia
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We're excited to see what they've got in store for us next.

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