Gogglebox creates ‘infinity mirror’ of people watching themselves watching themselves

MILLIONS of people across Britain have set up cameras in their living rooms so they can film themselves watching themselves watching television.

Following the ‘success’ of Channel Four’s Gogglebox, the country is now in the midst of an ‘infinity mirror’ of auto-television from which death is the only escape.

Martin Bishop, from Peterborough, said: “I started in the normal way of filming myself watching television for six hours. I would then edit it down to 30 minutes of me being hilarious.

“But after three months I was trapped in a creative cul-de-sac so I began filming myself watching myself. Sometimes I feel the genius surging through me like a shaft of solid gold lightning.”

He added: “Now each day brings the fresh challenge of filming myself watching the latest version of me watching myself.

“I call it InfinityGoggleMartin.”