But here’s the scream stopped and silence recaptured buoyed by the rhythm of the drum, and the figures with their hands up and unbuttoned loose overalls getting closer and closer to Nicole. She works with us for a long time, and somehow it happened that new employees call her patronymic, and “old” – just Tamara.
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. There are five Snapchat methods to send your saucy content that you can choose from (or do all of them): - 5. The conversation is deleted once you both leave the chat.
You can however choose to save the chat, and if either user does this, the chat is saved for both parties. Take a photo of yourself by pressing the round button at the bottom of the screen.
You can turn the camera around by clicking the top right icon.
After this you can amend your pic with the option to add emojis, draw on your picture or add a filter.
Here is a video tutorial on how to edit your pictures on Snapchat. 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.
This is where all those nude pictures you’ve got saved in your secret photo vault could come in handy.
If you press the same button you did to take the photograph and keep it pressed down, you can take a video of up to 10 seconds.
The video can also be edited as with pictures, with emojis, text and doodles.
If your partner is up for it, Snapchat now provides a new service whereby when the yellow 'send' button turns blue, indicating that your partner is also currently in Snapchat, and if both parties hold down the blue button at the same time, a Snapchat live chat will ensue, kind of like Facetime.
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.