Even when using a messaging app like Snapchat, you have to be careful in regard to what you put on the internet.
Yes, in theory, anything put on Snapchat is only available for a short period of time, and that generally works out. Really, though, you should be careful what you send to other people.
As everyone knows, Snapchat is extremely popular. Almost 200 million people use it every day, and it was first released six years ago. It is also available in over 20 languages.
Sometimes people use Snapchat to insult others, which is kind of mean. Generally, though, these sixteen images are pretty funny and probably not intended to really hurt anyone’s feelings.
1. The People Who Do Not Want To Date A Person
Admittedly, this one is pretty mean. No one wants to be reminded that they are not attractive to potential romantic partners.
It might have been a joke, though, but I could see this one really stinging if sent to the wrong person, especially if that person is sort of insecure. If this is legitimate, I would really consider this a form of bullying. I really hope that no one’s feelings were too badly hurt. A lot of people would take this poorly.
2. The Ray of Light
Being described as a ray of light seems nice; after all, that term is generally used to describe good things as far as I know. If you are described as a “ray of light” or a “ray of sunshine”, you are probably being complemented.
Of course, as this particular exchange points out, rays of light are not always good. When you work at night, or you are just trying to sleep in late for whatever reason, light can be terrible. We need light for the survival of our planet, of course, but it can also be sort of irritating.
3. The Hair Color
First of all, I really like this hair color. I would support most people dyeing their hair this color. It might look ridiculous on some people, but that’s okay. I would absolutely look stupid as a blond person.
Why is this person insulting Ed Sheeran? For those who are not familiar, he is a singer and songwriter—as well as a rapper and actor. He has sold over 25 million albums. The 27-year-old has actually been on the scene since 2004.
In regard to his acting, he has appeared on “Game of Thrones” as a soldier. That show, of course, is one of the more popular television shows in the world these days. The show’s next season, expected to be its last, will premiere in 2019.
The show, as pretty much every fan knows, is based on a series of novels by author George R. R. Martin.
4. The Bald Head and the Class
Admittedly, this guy’s head is pretty shiny. Is there a cream or some other sort of product that makes bald heads shiny? If there is, I would not be surprised. There are probably a lot of people who would buy such a product.
Why is such a picture being taken in a classroom situation? If a person lacks focus while trying to learn, he or she probably won’t have the brightest of futures. It is a funny picture and everything, but we need to be sort of realistic. At least the person who posted this was being honest. That has to count for something, right?
5. The Wifi and the Forehead
This is hilarious, and it is not at all mean to Frankie Muniz.
Frankie Muniz, of course, is probably best known for playing the main character in “Malcom in the Middle”, which aired from 2000 to 2006. Pretty much every critic out there loved it. It received several Emmy awards.
Another star of “Malcom in the Middle”, of course, is Bryan Cranston. That actor might be best known for playing Walter White on the drama series “Breaking Bad”, which is about a chemistry teacher who decided to sell drugs after he learned he had lung cancer. You are likely familiar; if you are not, I know it sounds like a strange premise, but it totally works.
In my opinion, the finale of the show could have been better, but it was a pretty great program overall. If you haven’t seen it, you are definitely missing out.
There is a prequel series to “Breaking Bad” called “Better Call Saul”. The premiere of the fourth season recently aired in the United States. Many consider it to be as good, or even better, than “Breaking Bad”. You should definitely watch it if you have the opportunity.
6. The Empty Room and Being Funny
It is kind of hilarious, in a dark sort of way, that the person who posted this does not think anyone thinks he or she is funny. This is a pretty funny image, so the person is—in fact—funny. He or she just does not realize it.
It is a pretty sad image, though, when you really think about it. The person who posted this at least acknowledges that he or she might not be funny. Not everyone is particularly funny, and that’s fine. It is definitely important to have a good sense of humor about yourself.
7. The Hair and the Soup
Whoever posted this image seems to think this young woman’s hair looks like soup; to be specific, he or she thinks the young woman’s hair looks like a kind of ramen noodle.
Ramen, of course, originated in Asia. Most assume that it originated in Japan, but it might have originated in China. It dates back to either the 19th century or early 20th century, and people have been enjoying it ever since.
It wasn’t until the 1980s, though, that ramen started to become a cultural icon of the country of Japan. In the 1990s, a ramen museum opened in the city of Yokohama, which is the second largest city in Japan. Yokohama is actually known for a certain type of ramen; the noodles are actually pretty thick and straight, and the typical toppings include pork, spinach, and boiled eggs.
8. The Watch and the Peasant Food
Whoever posted this image seems like kind of a jerk. First of all, there is nothing wrong with enjoying McDonald’s.
A lot of people like it, which is why the restaurants have been around for well over 50 years. It is also one of the world’s largest private employers.
The person who owns this is clearly impressed by owning a Rolex. That is sort of impressive, true, but that does not give a person the right to be a jerk and mock people who like fast food.
Rolex is one of the world’s most powerful brands, and it is also the largest manufacturer of high-end watches. The company makes over $4 billion a year, and it employ’s roughly 2,800 people.
9. The One With the Book
This is another mean one, although I am pretty sure this one was sent as a joke.
The finger in the image is clearly hiding a letter. I don’t think there is a children’s book out there called “I’m Ugly”. That would not be a book anyone would buy for their child or children. That doesn’t exactly send the right message, and it would definitely be damaging to a kid’s self-esteem.
10. The One With the Trash Can
Do people really use Snapchat to regularly insult one another? I mean, a lot of these are funny, but don’t people have better things to do?
In any case, the message was surely received in this case. The recipient was considered trash. Hopefully, this was just a joke between two very good friends and they both had a good laugh about it later.
11. The Joke About the Crocs
I do not think anyone who is particularly trying to attract a romantic partner wears Crocs. They are the sort of shoes people wear when they don’t particularly care so much about that sort of stuff. They are designed more for comfort. Crocs, a clog shoe, was initially developed as a boating shoe, and they were first unveiled back in 2002.
Since then, roughly 300 million pairs have been sold.
The company, which is headquartered in Colorado, employs thousands of people.
12. The One With Hillary Clinton
You should probably be very comfortable when posting a picture taken with a former government official, especially when that official ran for President of the United States and almost won.
It goes without saying that she is still tremendously popular despite her loss, and there is talk that she might run for President of the United States again in 2020. Her husband, of course, is Bill Clinton—he was the President back in the 1990s.
After her loss in 2016, Hillary penned a memoir called “What Happened”. It topped several best seller lists, and it was considered one of the better non-fiction books of 2017.
13. The Joke About the Haircut
It is kind of curious how trends start, especially hair-related ones. After all, one of the more popular hairstyles of all time is based on the one belonging to Rachel Green, the breakout character of the hit 1990s sitcom “Friends”.
Rachel was played, of course, by Jennifer Aniston. Her role on “Friends” is what made her such a famous movie star, even though the show ended well over a decade ago, Aniston is still one of the most famous women in the world.
Aniston won an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Rachel, and people are still copying her hairstyle from that show even today. To be fair, it really was a good look on Aniston. Rachel was definitely a pretty stylish character.
14. The One About Carly Rae Jepsen
In case you are wondering, pop singer Carly Rae Jepsen is perhaps best known for her song “Call Me Maybe”, which was released in 2012 and still remains pretty popular. In 2013, she starred in “Cinderella” on Broadway, and she has sold over 20 million records.
If you have ever watched “Fuller House”, the Netflix sequel to the sitcom “Full House”, it is Carly Rae Jepsen who sings the theme song. She is currently 32 years old and is from Canada. In 2007, she competed on the fifth season of “Canadian Idol”.
15. The Paper and the Friendship Attempt
Frankly, it is not even worth bothering trying to make friends after the age of about 25. It is practically impossible.
It might work if you start dating a person with friends. Their friends sort of have to become friends with you, or they at least have to pretend they are friends with you.
However, the sad fact is that no one wants to date anyone who doesn’t have friends. There is nothing wrong with being alone, though. You can always buy a pet. Puppies can be a lot of fun.
I really do feel bad for this person, though, don’t you? It seemed like an earnest attempt at connecting to another human being.