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Move Over, Snapchat: College Kids Are Using An App Called ‘Yeti: Campus Stories’ For Pics Of Sex, Drugs, And Partying


If there's one thing college kids love more than sex and partying, it's making college Snapchats where they share their sex and partying.

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The Colorado State Snapchat Account Has A Thing Called ‘Titty Tuesday,’ Need I Say More? Okay, Drugs. Lots Of Drugs.


If you’ve never visited Colorado State then you, my friend (just kidding we’re not friends), are royally fucking up your life.

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What If The Internet Was A High School And Everyone Was Freaking Out Over Snapchat Sending Dick Pics?


I'm just so happy that BroBible makes an appearance in this video by Cracked.

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The University Of Maryland Terp_Nation Snapchat Is Literally All Tits And Cocaine And…More Tits

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The University of Maryland is known for exactly 5 things: Sorority girls punting each other around town Basketball flash mobs Regular mobs The fact that Bentley’s is notoriously disgusting yet beloved by all Academics The fact that “academics” was the last thing that popped into my head probably goes to show…something.

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This Guy Drew A New Dick Every Day On Snapchat For A Year And Documented It Into A Video


The best part about using Snapchat is being randomly surprised with dicks at any given moment.

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Girl Gives Bros Ultimate Guide On Taking Dick Pics On Snapchat


There are plenty of "Do's" and "Don'ts" in the wondrous world of dick pic sharing.


This ASU Snapchat Is College Life In A Nutshell: Drinking, Sex, Marijuana, Sketchy White Powders, Etc

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A couple weeks ago a Snapchat account at ASU started blowing up with its ridiculous Snaps of college kids doing college kid things: Drinking, smoking weed, having sex, using sketchy white powders, etc.


Snapchat Is Now Said To Be Worth $19 BILLION (!!!) And Why The Hell Didn’t We E-mail Evan Spiegel Back In 2011?


Snapchat, on paper, is worth A LOT of money as it is; Evan Spiegel notoriously declined $3 billion for an acquisition from Facebook in 2013.

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