At the intersection of recruiting and sexting

This ought to be fun.

For those of you who are even bigger social media tyros than I am, here’s what that means:

The photo messaging application allows users to take photos or videos and add text or drawing, then set an expiration for the message once it is opened. The service has been criticized in popular culture as a means to distribute explicit material, particularly for its part in the social phenomenon of sexting.

Can you say plausible deniability?  I thought you could.


Filed under Recruiting, Science Marches Onward, The NCAA

10 responses to “At the intersection of recruiting and sexting

  1. Hogbody Spradlin

    “Come to Siwash U and get laid by girls like this. This message will self destruct in 5 seconds.”


  2. Scorpio Jones, III

    “Lemme see…I got to decide between this pitcher from Coach Paul TheJohnson or my girlfriend neked in her room last night….hmmm, what to do? So many choices.”


  3. DawgPhan

    to be fair nearly electronic form of communication is a means to distribute explicit material. Porn is always on the bleeding edge of tech.


  4. Bard Parker

    Picture of an orange and blue briefcase full of cash in you inbox….
    Gone like Keyser Soze in five seconds


  5. cbgodawgs

    Kids already figured a way around it. They take screenshots before it expires. Bunch of kids at the local school got suspended over pics.