Five types of people you see on Snapchat
If you are as obsessed with Snapchat as I am, you will definitely recognise these users.
I don’t know about you, but I am absolutely obsessed with Snapchat. Sometimes, I feel like it is taking over my life, as it is such a convenient way to communicate.
You do not have to censor yourself much (because let’s face it, adults will never fully comprehend the necessity of Snapchat) and even if you do decide to post something unglamorous, it disappears after 24 hours.
If you are just as obsessed as I am, you will definitely recognise these five types of people on Snapchat.
1. The DJ Khaled
We all have that one friend that likes to use Snapchat to impart their “words of wisdom”, just like popular Snapchat personality, DJ Khaled. They insist on acting like the next Gandhi, and they get all sentimental and cliché with their snaps.
Perhaps they forgot Snapchat is for ugly selfies and cute videos of your cat, not for your serious thoughts or deep quotes.
2. The foodie
You know that guy who only takes photos of what he is eating on Instagram? You know how much everyone hates him? Well, trust me. We hate it just as much on Snapchat.
I don’t need to spend 10 seconds looking at the misshapen apple you had for breakfast, thank you very much.
3. The selfie queen
I hate it when people have Snapchat stories that are just full of their selfies, and their selfies alone. There must be more to life then then your face. There must be.
4. The artist
The drawing function on Snapchat is probably one of the most fun features of the app. Well, besides the puking rainbow filter, that is. I love adding little doodles on my snaps. It is fun to add a little arrow pointing to a specific person or item in my snaps, for added emphasis.
However, there is always that one person who thinks that he, or she, is Picasso. And, we all hate them for being better at life then we will ever be.
5. The one that talks too much
I have a friend who loves taking snaps of himself, as if he is vlogging. Don’t get me wrong. I love that. It’s just that sometimes, people need to know when to shut up.
I mean, snaps are 10 seconds long for a reason. You don’t need to go on and on for 20 snaps about the bad service you received at McDonald’s. I do not have the time for that.
That said, we all know that at some point in our Snapchat life, we are guilty of committing these Snapchat “crimes”, and anyone who says otherwise are lying to your face. They might not even know what Snapchat is.
Still, when boredom strikes, we will watch even the dumbest snaps just to pass the time anyway.