But cool or not, the platform is a way of life for so many of us.
Snapchat reaches lots of people now, but with Facebook they'd leave no stone left unturned. Her answer was one I'd expect from my own friends: "it's cool, the pictures disappear, and you can just send them like you'd send a text." She says she and her friends send funny and unflattering pictures of themselves to each other via Snapchat for laughs. There was no disclosure of sexting scandals or teenagers flirting or dating via Snapchat.
As I suspected, she hadn't heard about the billion dollar deal-that-wasn't, and, as I suspected, she didn't really care about it either way. The fear that if Snapchat looks back now, its competition will gain on it.
The realization that the next new craze is always one click away. When I asked her if she thought her mom would use Snapchat, much like her mom and her friend's moms use Facebook alongside their kids, her answer was simply, "doubtful." Kevin, an 18-year-old high school senior, said he uses Snapchat all of the time.
She was later transferred to a forced labour camp in Silesia, on the German border."It's too simple and fun for most people to get bored," he told Business Insider, "even if something new does come out, I don't think it will replace Snapchat." Molly, 20, said she downloaded Snapchat when it first came out, and hasn't gotten sick of it yet.The college junior told us that everyone she knows uses it, but that it can get "petty." "Sometimes it's like a popularity contest. But I think it will eventually get old," Gigi told Business Insider.Her wartime exploits echo those of Charlotte Gray, the 2001 film based on the novel by Sebastian Faulks, which features the adventures of female SOE agents sent to France on missions to help local resistance.Born in London to an English father and Spanish mother, she was the youngest of three children. On March 2, 1944, she was flown by Lysander aircraft to a field near Les Lagnys in France to work as a wireless operator for the Wizard network as part of Operation Mitchel.