Snapchat is a boon for individuals, who love sending selfies or plainly like sharing photos of different activities they engage in. However, with cheerfulness comes its fair share of exasperation.
The three-year-old photo-sharing platform, Snapchat is becoming increasingly popular among the Indian audience.
This platform is a boon for individuals, who love sending selfies or plainly like sharing photos of different activities they engage in.
However, with cheerfulness comes its fair share of exasperations.
Below mentioned is the kind of people you meet on Snapchat.
Under this category, you find people, who are annoyingly flawless. Their picture angle will be similar at all times. They send out pictures that are always flattering and they snub any fun that people poke at them. “Hey, buddy. If you do not like laughing at yourself, let others do that for you.”
Everyone has that one friend who sends post after post to their mates. Do you care whether your friend is inside a train or the rooftop of a building? Nobody gets any pleasure from a picture of a mug with heart imprinted on it. Sending a Snapchat of every event taking place becomes annoying over time.
Many people fall into this category, as they not only snap themselves while intoxicated, but also their friends and girlfriends. Although people do not have any problem with it (since it is a source of entertainment), the problem is non-containment of the number of posts. When you come across this kind of people, you would only hope that their posting of drunken photos decreased…along with their drinking problem.
Swoll posts are another form of upload that not many people care about. You are happy that your friend is maintaining a healthy body regimen, but bragging about it with images is taking it one step. While watching a picture of them, in front of the mirror, lifting dumbbells, all you would think is….what would happen if the dumbbell fell on their feet? These pictures are not worth sharing, but people do.
In this category, most pictures that your friends send are the close-up of their face which everyone dislikes. You love your friends, but seeing their face at different angles and varying backgrounds every hour is not what you want.
Cooking a meal takes a lot of effort and it is understood. However, posting every picture of the meal prepared by is not necessary. Unless they are the contestant of a chef TV show or a local competition, no one cares.
Snapchat is one of the coolest image-sharing applications for phones. Nonetheless, imposing pictures others is superfluous. Infuriated friends will not think twice before blocking.