Sadly, though, this self-sacrifice ends in the bedroom.

How about “I’ll stay up all night to resolve this issue we’ve been arguing about?

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Yes, there’s always a risk of someone surreptitiously capturing a screenshot or exploiting a loophole.

But as long as you send a photo to someone you trust, it can’t hang around on their phone for longer than a moment.

But unless you change your settings to indicate that only your confirmed friends can send you photos, you can get a Snapchat from on the service – and that includes spammers.

As Snapchat continues to grow, it’s seriously doubtful that it will be able to eradicate spammers entirely, even the pornographic kind. Since Snapchat can’t put a universal kibosh on spammers, its users have to take steps to curb the problem. Just go to your settings, and under “Who can send me snaps” select “only My Friends.” This means you can’t get snaps from randoms anymore.

And since Snapchat is currently dealing with a problem where spammers send pornographic photos to people over the service, the fact that these images are fleeting is probably a relief for users who get an unexpected eyeful.

Snapchat reported the problem on its blog, with co-founder Evan Spiegel apologizing for the problem.

If you’ve ever felt nervous about freezing up and not knowing what to say, this is for you. It’s a huge bad girl turn on that almost every guy shares.

Because when you’re texting with him, you’ve always got enough time to think about what you want to say.

And if somehow a spammer ends up on your friend list, you can block them.

This isn’t an ideal solution because it requires users to be proactive, but at least there’s a way you can stop seeing unexpected genitalia – the worst kind of genitalia.

And with over 150 million Snapchats sent every day, this is a growing service, and it’s unlikely to proactively dampen potential growth by policing new accounts in a way that seriously impedes adding more users.