As with every other fun app, Snappers have developed certain behavioral patterns that we’re all guilty of, no matter how hard we try to deny it. I include myself in that group. Some of these habits can be annoying, while the rest just make us giggle and do the same thing in return.
I asked some of my friends which of these behaviors they observe the most, and which they’re most guilty of, too. These are their responses. Funny how much they say about my friends’ personalities, right?
Snapping and driving:
If you never send a picture of your face:
“I’m more interested in telling people I’m having a good time than having a good time.”
When your pets are the subject of half (or more) of your snaps, we just assume you’re like:
Watching people awkwardly Snapchat in public, we’re like:
Turning snapchats into elaborate works of art:
If your Best Snapchat Friends includes your ex and/or your significant other’s attractive sibling:
If you send more than 10 Snapchats to a single person before recipient responds:
If you treat your Snapchat Story like it’s Twitter:
“Snapchat totally was not meant for sexting.”
Having full conversations via Snapchat:
And last but not least, sending Snapchats when you, uh, “aren’t in the best state of mind”: