Snapchat Just Made It Way Easier To Increase The Number Of People Who See Your Drunken Snaps

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If you’re like me, you use Snapchat specifically so people that aren’t in your immediate vicinity can see your drunken antics. If I don’t snap myself drinking alcohol, who’s to say that I even did it? Of course there’s me, but I’ve lost most of my credibility at this point after that one time I said I was getting blacked out at a bar when I was actually doing some late-night volunteer work at the local homeless shelter. I’ve never recovered from the terrible press that scumbag move afforded me.

Never fear! It’s now easier than ever to get people to follow you on Snapchat and see your drunk ass with the new “Add Friends” URL.

From TechCrunch:

Snapchat is ready to colonize the web with profile URLs that deeplink into its app and let you instantly follow someone. That makes it simple to add friends and celebrities so you fill your feed with content that keeps you coming back.

By swiping down from the Snapchat camera to the profile screen, hitting ‘Add Friends’, and then selecting ‘Share Username’, you can copy your unique URL or instantly share it through other apps like Twitter. When tapped on mobile, it opens a preview of your profile on Snapchat with an “Add” button.

What’s your URL? They’re always

Never have your friends deny how much alcohol you drink ever again! Post your unique link onto all your social media, rack up the followers, and send out a 3 a.m. video of you puking up half of a Jimmy John’s sub to hundreds of your closest friends and family members. Going out at night has truly been revolutionized.

And, while you’re at it, CLICK HERE to add Total Frat Move on Snapchat if you’re in mobile view, or add us manually @TFMofficial. We’re constantly having hotties take control of our account for a day, and you don’t want to keep missing that, do you?





Yeah, that’s Lindsey Pelas.

Add us now, idiots.

[via TechCrunch]

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