The great Snapchat has been brought into being for several reasons: as a mere communication tool, for entertainment purposes, and as another platform for social media. Noticeably, as an instrument for sharing nude photos of yourself isn’t included in the list, because Snapchat is not meant for such desires. Though it’s always up to the users how they would like to get the most of the app, and many have successfully used Snapchat for sexting purposes, we can never be sure of the circumstances.
Snapchat users know that messages and photos we privately send to meant receivers self-destruct in 1-10 seconds after being watched. Our posts, on the other hand, automatically vanish after 24 hours. This is probably the reason why some naughty people use the app for sending nude pictures, thinking the app offers watertight security. However, most of these people overlook one crucial factor that could lead them to shameful scandals: pushing the wrong buttons, aka human error.
One best example is about the 2016 Draymond Green fiasco. If you follow the NBA, and many of its prominent players, you may have witnessed too (and wished you didn’t), Green’s tragic fate. The power forward for the Golden State Warriors has mistakenly and unintentionally clicked the wrong button, and sent a Snapchat of his angry, fully-erected, and very detailed penis. Everyone on his list, including thousands of his followers and his mother, had that shocking image in mind that they can never unsee.
Ten minutes later, the photo was deleted, and Green said his Snapchat account was hacked. A trite phrase no one gets a bite. Obviously it was just an excuse, which he admitted later when he confessed about his mistake. Now, we’re coming up with these conspiracies that he was probably drunk when he did it, or he did it with an intention to humble brag. Absurd, yes. Truth can be absurd, but please don’t believe us.
Using Snapchat Wisely…
Green’s mistake happened for a reason: it’s to teach us an important lesson to never share naked photos online. No matter how secured the app is, once a file or a photo has been uploaded to the world wide web, it belongs to the mysterious internet. So, keep your private photos on your device. Unless, you aim a pornographic stardom.
Friendly advice: if you can’t help it, let’s say you’re in a long distance relationship, and your lover misses the sight of your uncovered, beautiful body. Make sure that the recipient of your dick pic or your beautiful busts is someone you can trust. The person on the other end must be as respectful of discretion as you are. Otherwise, they can take a picture of your unveiled flesh using their own device and keep it for reasons that the old gods and the new only know.
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