I saw an article on snapchat about a week ago about how we're all using snapchat wrong. I don't particularly think there's a wrong way to use a social media app. It said things like "don't send a snapchat that's on your story to another person when it's already on your story." I personally agree with that, but I don't get mad at anyone who does this to me. Another was something like "if you don't send ugly selfies to your friends, are they really your friends?" I don't know about anyone else, but my friends will screenshot any ugly pictures of me that they can. They will use these for revenge later on. (Not in super bad ways, but still.) I'd rather not see a gross picture of me plastered on their social media for a birthday post. Another thing was "if you don't keep a streak with your boyfriend/girlfriend, why are you with them?" I thought this was stupid. My boyfriend doesn't keep a streak with me because he doesn't see a point in it, and half the time, he forgets to snapchat me anyway. I think a lot of these social media rules are stupid. We should be able to use social media however we want to.