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If you’re having trouble finding people to sext with, here are a few pointers: - Snapchat gives you the option of adding friends/contacts from the contacts list on your phone to Snapchat.Just click on the sign next to their name and if they add you back, voilà, you are Snapchat friends.In case your thumb starts to hurt (or you need both hands free) you can drag the icon of yourself to the bottom middle of the screen to the lock sign and the live chat will continue.What if you want to send nudes but don't really feel comfortable and prefer to cover your private parts?Unfortunately, Snapchat’s original genius plan for privacy was kind of thrown out the window when screenshotting became a thing.If however, someone screenshots what you’ve sent them on Snapchat, Snapchat lets you know that they have done so.--- ' I was surprised no one else had done it because of how easy [retrieving deleted Snapchat photos] was.It just took a couple of days to discover it.' – Richard Hickman, Decipher Forensics Snapchat’s response?
Click on the first icon which is 'settings', and select ' Block' (for Android users, long-hold their name, press ' Edit' then ' Block.') If you are interested in simply sexting with strangers on Snapchat (yes, here at The Debrief we make sure to fill the weird and wonderful needs of our wide array of readers), we have found this list of the best dirty Snapchat users and also this forum with (very) sexy Snapchat people for you to add.We've been told that you can use it for things other than sending your face with a doodle on it to your friends when you're bored at work.Supposedly, it comes in quite handy in the old erotic department too. You can now send pre-saved pictures from your camera roll to Snapchat (accessed by pressing the square at the bottom left of the screen), and amend these as above.With the new feature which allows you to send pre-saved pictures which will automatically be 'lost' after your buddy has seen them, you can sext with someone while, for instance, waiting in the dentist’s waiting room. There are a few 'buts' to take into consideration…24-year-old Richard Hickman, a forensics examiner from Utah, made a discovery that proves that photos are not in fact 'lost' forever.