In the train, metro, bathroom, and anywhere public where I could catch the bored eye of a fellow commuter, I placed A sticker inviting a text. "Send me a picture of your belly button". Innocuous enough for belly buttons to start flooding in to my phone from perfect strangers. In this work, I reflect on humanities common physiological feature - the navel - the place where we first receive life-giving nutrients from our mother. It also alludes to selfies as a modern Omphaloskepsis (navel gazing) practice.