Every Step You Take, I’ll be Snap-Mapping You

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Every step you take, every move you make, I’ll be watching you.

#ThanksSnapchat.

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Are you still going through your ex’s ‘Gram trying to figure out where he is without accidentally liking one of his pictures? Hoping to find a new post with geotag so you know EXACTLY where to go and bump into him?

But when life looks like easy street, there is danger at your door. So you keep on digging after an hour or so you find his current location, thanks to the girl who liked his picture 3 years ago and is out with a friend who tagged him in a post! Continue reading “Every Step You Take, I’ll be Snap-Mapping You”

Dressing Like a Snapchat Filter

Someone told me there’s a girl out there with love in her eyes and flowers in her hair..

In the world of social media, we are well acquainted with the latest apps, hashtags, and filters. Filters, specially, has become a part of us when taking pictures. It’s something most of us do whenever we are about to post a picture. From slimming faces, to dog ears, and even flower crowns. We have found a voice in using these silly filters to make pictures more fun…but other than that, are we using it in ways to make ourselves feel better about the way we look?!

Hashtag think about it.

 

But I have to admit. The flower crown selfie suits my flower crown selfie shirt.
Happy Monday, y’all.

Let Me Take a Selfie: Rules of Snap-chattin & Other Shenanigans

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Our generation is fascinated with a little thing called—the selfie. Peace sign, duck face, kissy face, smiley face, sad face…we’ve all done it.

Snap-chatting is the “cool” thing to do now. You’re out for girls night—let’s take a selfie, you’re out at the mall—another one, oh wait! There’s that Starbucks coffee run—let’s take another selfie (with your Venti soy iced caramel unsweetened frap no whip, of course). But my question is, why do we think other people want to see a five second (trust me, five seconds is long enough) picture of our faces?

Guilty.

Continue reading “Let Me Take a Selfie: Rules of Snap-chattin & Other Shenanigans”