My 16 year old triplet daughters spent a week on a mission trip with no cellular service. At the last minute 2 of them were dumb enough to ask me to keep up their "snap chat streaks." They both surrendered their usernames and passwords. (2nd dumb mistake). I started everyday with a nice "food for thought" message for their "streaks" using a voice changing filter. The response was great. I then realized each snap chat user has a "story" option, for ALL your snap chat friends to see. As I purused the "stories" of my daughters friends, I couldn't help but notice the plethora of duck lips and tongues hanging out of so many of the girls' mouths. My inner teacher quickly jumped at the opportunity to "teach a lesson," via snap chat! I created a series of public service announcements to guide my new, young audience. Now remember my daughters do not have cellular service and have no idea what I am doing. Here is what I came up with...
Needless to say when my daughters found out what I was up to they were not too thrilled. They realized turning over your passwords to your mother can be dangerous However, I think I may have scored some points with their friends!!