GET deleting, kids. Police have warned anyone who received photographs of the female student body at New Jersey’s Ridgewood High School to be ready for a knock on the door. The students sent the pictures to one male comrade.
And some how – some how?! – the images ened up on the internet.
This is not what the girls wanted. They used the “Snapchat” application. It says:
Snapchat is a new way to share moments with friends. Snap an ugly selfie or a video, add a caption, and send it to a friend (or maybe a few). They’ll receive it, laugh, and then the snap disappears.
The image might be a little grainy, and you may not look your best, but that’s the point. It’s about the moment, a connection between friends, and not just a pretty picture.
The allure of fleeting messages reminds us about the beauty of friendship – we don’t need a reason to stay in touch.
Give it a try, share a moment, and enjoy the lightness of being!
But a male took screenshots of the images and posted them on Instagram.
Ridgewood Superintendent Dan Fishbein tells the Patch:
“These incidents happened off school grounds and are ...