HOW THE HELL DO WE FACE SWAP NOW?
People didn’t want to live in a world where Snapchat was down for, like, five minutes.
Twitter was probably loving it though because everyone flocked to it when the service experienced problems this morning.
Naturally, people lost their cool immediately.
Here’s the tweet that sparked World War III:
Some Snapchatters are having issues with the app. Thanks for reporting this, we are looking into it now!
— Snapchat Support (@snapchatsupport) July 1, 2016
Carnage. Sheer carnage.
When snapchat is down and you have streaks to keep… pic.twitter.com/RXtaK0l21E
— Tola (@tolarbear27) July 1, 2016
Snapchat is down and this is everyone RN pic.twitter.com/IYvX0f1O6F
— riff raff nat (@natalieeturk) July 1, 2016
Some sounded like they were in genuine need of help.
@snapchatsupport please hurry
— (@cimifornia) July 1, 2016
Wtf snapchat is down
Katie (@Katiieee_e) July 1, 2016
Others were pissed that it cut out at exactly the wrong time.
i was in the middle of talking to the cutest boy and then snapchat went down pic.twitter.com/tQO8l3HtZA
— Petty (@MsGuzmann) July 1, 2016
i want to do a faceswap with vernon dursley but my snapchat isn’t working
— ellie (@malfoymalfoy) July 1, 2016
The first step is admitting you have a problem.
Snapchat’s down and I’m almost ashamed at the amount of distress this unfortunate event has caused me.
— Rachael Metallo (@rachaelmetallo) July 1, 2016
Some just sat back and accepted their fate.
snapchat is down and I’m gonna die
— izzie (@izzie0542) July 1, 2016
This is the biggest thing to happen to Snapchat since that advertising announcement in June.
In case you’ve been living under a rock, Snapchat will now run video ads between your friends’ stories in order to give advertisers a better shot at reaching some of the company’s150 million daily users. The video ads will be known by the extremely clever name, “Snap ads between stories.”
The company’sfirst chief strategy officer,Imran Khan who is known for his role in Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba’s IPO toldAdweekthat this huge rollout was just the beginning.
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