Here’s Why Snapchat Is So Addictive

It doesn’t matter how old you are or what your sexual orientation is – there’s a good chance you’ve sent a nude at some point in your life.

The way we interact on a sexual level has changed drastically over the past few years. Once upon a time, sending explicit photos of your naked body was frowned upon by pretty much everyone. But cut to 2018, and it’s a pretty normal thing to do. And if there’s one place where nude traffic has reached peak levels, it’s Snapchat.

Snapchat nudes are the newest thing in sexual satisfaction. Hell, even professional pornstars are getting in on the action. But there’s a reason why Snapchat nudes are so addictive and why many people have turned to cheating on snapchat with apps like this . Let’s take a look at some of them.

They’re realistic

Snapchat nudes aren’t overproduced or heavily edited. They’re real; straight from the source directly to your screen.

This might sound like a minor advantage, but professional porn is actually an unhealthy way to consume sexually explicit material. When you watch two jacked up, beautiful people have sex, you’re subconsciously placing yourself in the ‘viewer’ state. You aren’t part of the process, you’re just watching. This can have a significant impact on your perception of sex, love, and relationships.

But Snapchat nudes completely omit any possibility of this happening. You’re a participant in the process, not just a viewer. This provides you with endorphin and dopamine releases that allow you to achieve sexual fulfillment in a healthy way.

They bond two people

Sex isn’t just about the physical side. The mental and emotional aspects of sex are just as important, if not more so.

Sending or receiving Snapchat nudes is a sign of trust. They’re a way of saying I like you enough to send you these images of me at my most intimate. Over time, they create a strong connection between two people which then translates to a healthier relationship.

They’re a kiss in the dark

Thanks to Snapchat’s genius gimmick, your personal nudes will eventually vanish for good, leaving only the memory of them behind.

In the same way that sex with total strangers and one night stands are appealing, Snapchat nudes are a consequence-free way to let out your inner slut. You can be as filthy as you like, safe in the knowledge that only you and your sexting partner will know the extent of your debauchery.

Sure, there might be a few people out there who might screenshot your pictures and save them for future use, but providing you’re careful who you sext with, you’ll be fine.

They increase your confidence

There are two major ways that Snapchat nudes will provide you with a simple but effective confidence boost.

Firstly, sending a nude and receiving a compliment in return will make you feel sexier and more accomplished, in addition to receiving a strong endorphin release. All this combined will give you a significant confidence boost, especially when it happens regularly.

Secondly, simply receiving a Snapchat nude is a compliment in itself, especially when it’s one which has been taken personally for you. Your partner is silently telling you that you’re worthy of their time and that they want you to receive sexual gratification from their efforts.

So, if you’re looking for an easy way to become more confident, get sending those Snapchat nudes back and forth!

Here’s the best way to make gay friends (7 steps!)

I don’t know about you, but I find it hard to connect sometimes. For me, I think my problem is my resting bitch face. And for many of us gays this issue is one of the leading roadblocks when it comes to making friends. A few other prominent issues include: being a shady bitch, disappearing from parties after 30 minutes like the hermit you are, and being a total DAB.
Here are a few things you need to do if you want to actually make other gay friends using sites like Gay Chat App

1. Don’t fuck them
Did you hear me the first time? I said “friends” not “friends with benefits”. One reason why gays have a hard time making other gay friends is because they’re horny and will fuck ANYONE. Yes, that guy might be hot but before you add another notch to your bedpost think about if you want to never talk to him again or if you want him to be your friend.
2. I repeat… don’t fuck them
I know that a lot of guys manage to be friends with people after hooking up, but why risk the drama? Before you bang someone you’ve been getting to know, decide if there could be a solid friendship there, not just a decent lay.
3. COMPLIMENTS
If you and I share the resting bitch face issue, complimenting others is one way to remedy the situation.
Make sure you smile and raise your eyebrows so that those over-filled-in caterpillars above your eyes don’t make you look like you’re furrowing your brows at them constantly.
And be genuine, don’t compliment them on something you don’t actually like because people will probably think you’re being shady.
4. Keep your shade to a minimum… at first
Speaking of shade. You should really make sure that you’ve established some sort of trust and respect with someone before you read them to filth. While I live my life as if the proverbial library is open 24/7, not everyone is like that. Try to keep your reads light at first.
Once you hang with this person enough and feel out their personality, then you can probably get away with being a little shadier.
If you – like me – are fluent in sarcasm, maybe warn your potential new friend that you come across as a bitch right off the bat.
5. Don’t fuck their exes
There is no way to get someone to hate you faster than by fucking their exes. So maybe just don’t do that if you’re trying to build a friendship.
While I always put my sisters before men, not everyone operates that way. So, make sure that you stay away from their exes all together. People take that shit personally.
6. Get ready together
Next to spending time in the bathroom drunkenly gossiping, getting ready together is one of the best ways to bond!
There is something about getting ready for a night out while pre-partying and laughing that really brings two people together.
7. Don’t just go out, spend quality time in the day light
That being said, make sure you spend some time with your newly found gay friends sober. Yes, drinking together is fun and a great way to build bonds… but that can’t be the only time you hang out. True friends party together, but they also find time to hang in the day light.
At the very least get mimosas in the morning after a rough night out!

5 Things Snapchat Got Right

Ever since it’s launch a few years ago, Snapchat has garnered a lot of attention and rightly so; the app is an enormous success, and now the company behind the app is revolutionizing how we use social media.

Through all of the updates and new features, Snapchat has become one of the most powerful forces in social media, and there’s only been a few missteps taken by the young company, none of which are centered around how the product actually works. Some apps roll out new features, hoping to wow everyone, only for everyone to hate it and the company had to quickly fix the issue in order to stay relevant.

While Snapchat’s gone through some rough patches, whether it’s the Snapchat Sluts trying to sue, or all of our pictures are not being deleted, the product has always been great, and so far there hasn’t been a feature that flopped or got pulled because everyone’s phone exploded.

Facebook, Twitter, and countless other apps, not even just in social media, have had updates or new features that no one liked. To celebrate Snapchat’s superiority, here’s a list of 5 things where Snapchat totally nailed it.

1. Ephemeral pictures

In case you don’t know, Snapchat’s origin story centers on Reggie Brown, a buddy of Evan Spiegel, the future CEO of the company. Reggie wanted to be able to sext and send or receive nude pictures without having a paper trail, and came to Spiegel with his idea.

This spawned the idea of making the pictures fade away forever, and it’s a feature we’ve all come to appreciate at some point, usually after taking a purposefully ugly selfie for a friend.

Yeah, it all started by helping some dude cheat on his girlfriend or just sleep around, but still, it’s a feature that sets Snapchat apart from every other app.

2. Vertical Video

Most people don’t think about it or notice it, but everything on Snapchat is oriented vertically. Spiegel realized that people don’t like to have to turn off the rotation lock on their phones and hold it horizontally just to watch a short video.

With watching multiple videos every day, that can get annoying, repeating that process over and over. Luckily for us, Snapchat’s content is all made to be viewed vertically.

A lot of videos are filmed horizontally by morons who didn’t turn off the rotation lock, so when you watch it horizontally, it looks really small. On Snapchat, users never have this problem.

3. Live Stories

It’s not often you get to see a foreign city from the point of view of someone who lives there, and with Live Stories on Snapchat, users get to see what life is like in various cities across the world. That’s pretty dope, if you ask me.

Seeing a few minutes worth of Snaps of foreign places may not give you a detailed history or tour of the city, but it’s good enough for an app where people take self-destructing selfies.

From what I’ve seen, though, there are awesome people all over the world in various cities, and my bucket list for world travel has expanded somewhat. Snapchat, with Live Stories, truly connects the world, and that’s pretty awesome.

4. Discover

Apparently, no one used Discover after it launched at the end of January. I don’t know about no one using it, because I loved it from the get-go, but now it seems to have taken off.

Discover is a feature intent on providing Snapchatters with curated content from a number of media outlets, including CNN, ESPN, and National Geographic. The content in question consists of short articles and videos, perfect for consuming in short bursts whenever users have a moment to spare.

This content is great for the young user base of Snapchat; it’s not too lengthy, doesn’t cover anything too heavy, and every day each outlet has fresh content.

5. The Name

Before anyone knew about Snapchat, there was an app called Picaboo. Yeah, I’m not a fan of it either.

This app was a school project of Evan Spiegel, and it functioned in a way very much like Snapchat. The main difference between the two is one name is really great and the other one totally, totally, sucked.

Picaboo? No, I’d never download that and go, “Hey dude, add me on Picaboo!”

Snapchat is a name that tells you exactly what the app is for, and we are lucky that Spiegel decided the app could go for a relaunch with a new name.

Over the last couple years, Snapchat has had some legal issues and received public backlash. These things would destroy most companies, but with a great product that (so far) hasn’t had an update or feature that everyone hated, it’s survived and now it thrives.

We’ll see what the future holds, but I don’t think Snapchat is going to take a misstep anytime soon.